Where is she now? Farah Palmer
Former Black Ferns captain Dr Farah Palmer is happy toiling away quietly in the background, making major strides for women and Maori in rugby.
The daily grind of life in cricket quarantine
On this week’s Extra Time, White Ferns cricketer Suzie Bates reckons the trials and tribulations of quarantine ahead of matches against Australia are all worth it.
Just 16, and already has Hearts in a spin
Spotted with a special talent, schoolgirl spin bowler Fran Jonas has been given an opportunity to develop the skills needed to become a White Fern.
A Neesh Audience with the Kerr sisters
In our new podcast, A Neesh Audience, Jimmy Neesham talks to playmakers who’ll be part of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021 in NZ. First up, White Ferns sisters Amelia and Jess Kerr.
Why sausage sizzles won’t cut the mustard
Raffles and sausage sizzles - and pokies money - won’t be able to save sports clubs in the wake of Covid-19.
When basketball was king for Suzie Bates
White Ferns phenomenon Suzie Bates looks back at her international basketball career and wonders what might have been had cricket not come knocking.
Devine’s hope to inspire new era of cricket-mad girls
The girl from Tawa who cherished a bat signed by her 2000 World Cup heroes, now wants to spur a new crop of cricketers through her own swashbuckling deeds.
The accidental White Fern and her broken digits
White Fern offspinner Leigh Kasperek is quietly becoming known as one of the world’s best spin bowlers, even though she keeps breaking the tools of her trade.
Mithali Raj: From Lincoln to Bollywood
These days she’s a global superstar with a social media following in the millions who is having a Bollywood movie made about her life. Fair to say a lot has changed since Indian cricket captain Mithali Raj slept in a South Island university dorm.