Trafford Netball Club stand in a huddle on court at last season's Premier League Play-Offs

Relegation battles are hotting up, promotion places are up for grabs and league titles are on the line as the closing stages of the 2023-24 Premier League season are set to unfold over the coming weeks. 

Over 475 athletes have displayed their skill, strength and teamwork as they’ve represented their teams in the highest level of club netball underneath the Netball Super League. 

This season, more games than ever before are being shown via leading live video streaming platform Joymo, including all Premier League 1 games. 

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Until Sunday 18 February, England Netball Members can secure a yearly all access pass to for only £19.99 which includes all Premier League 1 games, selected Premier League 2 and Premier League 3 games, and all NPL games (U17, U19 and U21). 

With six Premier League rounds still to play, head over to to secure your member exclusive offer and make sure you’re set to watch all the available games. 

Click into the dropdowns below to get the lowdown on how things stand heading into the final weeks of the regular season.

In Premier League 1, Academy have a nine-point cushion (53 points) at the top of the table over closest challengers Weston Park Blades (2nd, 44). 

The London-based club will be determined to go one better than last season when they pushed Oldham all the way in an exciting title battle. If they hold on to their current position, it’ll be their fourth top-flight title. 

Meanwhile, Tameside (9th, 25) and The Downs (10th, 23) are currently in danger in the relegation spots. 

The Downs are 10 points adrift of eighth-place New Cambell and will throw everything at trying to retain their place in the highest level of the pyramid after securing promotion from Premier League 2 as runners-up in 2022-23. 

Hucclecote have their eyes firmly fixed on an immediate return to the top flight after being involved in an incredibly tight relegation battle in the last campaign.  

They’re currently in pole position in the Premier League 2 promotion race with a seven-point advantage (58) over second-place Linden (51), who are out to better last season’s mid-table finish. 

Eagles, who stormed to promotion from Premier League 3 in 2022-23, are only five points further back (3rd, 46). With Linden and Eagles set to go head-to-head in Round 17, it could be a winner-takes-all decider to secure a move to the top flight. 

At the other end of the table, only six points separate the teams currently ranked sixth to ninth – Worcester Reds (6th, 32), Telstars (7th, 30), Norfolk United (8th, 30) and Oaksway (9th, 26). 

Exeter lie in 10th (22) but it’s still mathematically possible for them to avoid the drop. 

Team Bath Toucans, who dropped down to the third division last season, are leading the way by a single point (53). 

Trafford, who had to fight through the Premier League play-offs last season after finishing eighth, are hot on Team Bath Toucans’ heels (2nd, 52). 

The bottom three teams at the end of the regular season will face the nine regional league winners in the play-offs to determine who’ll play in the 2024-25 Premier League 3 competition. 

As it stands, Thoroughbreds (10th, 21), Leyton (9th, 27), who were involved in the play-offs last season, and Ryland (8th, 31) occupy these spots. 

Premier Romans (7th, 32) and Sussex Thunder (6th, 35) are narrowly outside the danger zone. 

View all the upcoming fixtures and the latest standings here.

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