How do you solve the problem of no Maria?
Are the Silver Ferns ready to lose the world’s best shooter, Maria Folau, still at the top of her game?
The Aussie helping the Silver Ferns
She runs the women’s Aussie Rules and netball programmes at one of Australia’s oldest sports clubs, so why is Jane Woodlands-Thompson sitting on the Silver Ferns bench?
Ferns throw lifeline to netball in the Pacific
Kiwi netball stars are helping to get more kids in the Pacific playing sport, and push the island nations back up the netball world rankings.
The Wyllie woman behind Netball NZ’s cunning plan
So who is Jennie Wyllie, thrust into the spotlight in New Zealand netball’s darkest hour, and now holding the key to the cabinet storing the sport’s three greatest prizes?
Busting the myth: no one watches women’s sport
With one billion people transfixed by the women’s football World Cup, it’s time to bust the myth that no one wants to watch women’s sport.
Seeing isn’t always believing
Ravinder Hunia was at both the Cricket and Netball World Cup grand finals. Here’s her summary of witnessing New Zealand make history, twice in one week.
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.