Better leadership tops lengthy Ferns wish list
If the Silver Ferns want gold from next year’s Commonwealth Games, they need to draw up a long Christmas list.
The 1967 Silver Ferns reunite
It’s been 50 years since New Zealand were first crowned world netball champions.
Towering Fern aims to cut down the Aussies
Kelly Jury may become the Silver Ferns’ most potent weapon against Australia’s giant goal shoot.
Fakahokotau keeps her black dress
Temalisi Fakahokotau has earned a plum reward: her recall to the Silver Ferns.
Unhappy de Bruin on a mission
Leana de Bruin has been striving to find a solution to her side’s disappointing run in the ANZ Premiership.
Six of the best: netball’s rising stars
One of the windfalls from netball’s inaugural ANZ Premiership is the induction of a swarm of promising young players, especially in the year that New Zealand defends its title at the World Youth Cup. Suzanne McFadden looks at six rising stars.
The Jamaican shooting the lights out down south
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid doesn’t like snow. For six months of the year, she lives in a “cosy little house” on the edge of a hotel complex in Invercargill. Her husband, a policeman, lives 13,000km away.
Runnin’, gunnin’ Tutaia changing up her game
Netball’s new premier contest is changing the way the New Zealand game is played. So it makes perfect sense that Maria Tutaia, the country’s most recognisable netballer, is using it to change the way she plays the game.
Vaka, Stars putting down roots in south Auckland
Almost everything in Star netball shooter Malia Vaka’s life has changed dramatically in the past year. Her name, her home, her team, her bib. Even her appreciation of her father’s love and devotion. The athletically-gifted shooter made a name...