Players and technical staff will be in for a huge windfall when the Telkom Premier League draws to a close this weekend at the Rembrandt Hall at the University of Pretoria.

The overall champions will receive R250 000, with the losing finalist winning R150 000.

The winners of Division 2 will earn R100 000, while the losing finalists will get R50 000.

Team managers will receive R9 000. The coaches will earn R9 000 with the assistant coaches getting R8 000 according to Netball South Africa (NSA) President Cecilia Molokwane.

Gauteng Jaguars will take on Free State Crinums in the first semi-final on Friday, while the Western Cape Southern Stings will contest the second semi-final against North West Flames.

The 3rd and 4th place play-off match and the final will take place on Saturday. Molokwane is grateful at developments in netball.

The telecommunications company joined hands with NSA few weeks ago before the Premier League started.  Sponsor’s Bram Wessels is happy with the contribution they have made to the sport. Report by Vincent Sitsula