100k or really it depends on how good they are or how much they play
with endorsements the better players might get paid 100k or more. an article in the courier mail says that "Netball Australia is set to hand negotiations back to individual states once a minimum salary band of about $1500 is agreed." The Queensland Firebirds team "should receive between $1500 and $4500 each including training and travelling allowances and match payments."
England Netballers do not receive any pay.
Much more then Australian Rugby League players
about 100thousand pounds
A collective noun for netballers is fields.
The answer's obvious, NO! They are all paid way too much, especially those in the Premier League.
they dont really get paid that much for there work
A super league rugby player typically gets paid anywhere from £50,000 - £100,000 a year. However, it will depend on which team they work for.
Asics is a common footwear brand that most netballers wear. However there are a wide variety of shoes that are specifically designed for netball.
it depend on the sports star. some are snotty and keep the money, while others share. But usually it's because they don't get paid much. Some sport stars get paid lots, and others don't. Example; netballers, they only get $4000 per year!
Netballer don't diet.
It ranges from 1,000 pounds when your at a lower league club up to a higher league club the wages increase and the highest paid footballer gets paid 450,000 pounds a week, that is Samuel Eto'o
For MLL (Major League Lacrosse) you get paid about $13,000 a year but it is only a 3 month season.
$25-$30 a game Answer: Our league pays $35 behind the plate and $25 in the field.
usually around $20 a game
it depends on which league they play in
The highest paid football leagues are all in Europe. The spanish league is the highest paid. Followed by the English then the Mexican league. The Italian league then follows.
In comparison to American football players and soccer players they certainly are not over paid but for the top players its considered that they may be under paid
As far as I'm aware, being a league secretary (in Australia at least) is a voluntary job and they are voted in at the AGM. In our local houses, they are paid for their duties, if the league they are responsible for is big enough. The fees they are paid are voted on by the bowlers when setting up the league each season. Usually it is not much, especially considering the amount of work they handle. At our house, the secretary received $0.50 (50 cents) for each bowler.