The Taurua touch
Noeline Taurua is the coach who took the World Cup winning Silver Ferns from netball duds to darlings in just 11 months.
This World Cup’s for you, Casey Kopua
Against all odds, the Silver Ferns have won netball’s World Cup for the first time in 16 years.
Young baller driven by the love of her sister
A rising star in both basketball and netball, 16-year-old Waiata Jennings is a great example of how anything is possible - with a special motivation.
Will this Silver Fern be frozen out again?
If discarded Silver Ferns captain Katrina Rore is recalled into the side for netball’s World Cup, it will make headlines. If she isn’t included, ditto.
Phoenix rises from tough blow to lead the Mystics
After four weeks sidelined by concussion, Northern Mystics captain Phoenix Karaka is back on the netball court and thriving in her new role as captain.
Taking care of amazing Grace Nweke
Grace Nweke is your normal 17-year-old Kiwi girl - except she’s being hailed as the next Silver Ferns shooting star.
Netball’s scintillating next generation of middies
The Silver Ferns’ struggles in the middle of the court could be solved by an exciting new generation of young netballers.
Netball coach’s first lifts transgender community
NZ men’s netball coach Sarah-Michelle Hansen-Vaeau believes she may be the first transgender person to coach a national sports team.