Netball offers to help other codes recover
Getting sport back up and running poses many challenges, but Netball NZ CEO, Jennie Wyllie, says her sport is primed for a return - and ready to help other codes.
Netball Flame burns bright in fight of her life
Multinational netballer Kelly Hutton is fighting cancer in lockdown with heart and humour, inspired by a Silver Fern who’s beaten cancer twice.
Netball prepares for return to the court
New Zealand’s elite netballers are toiling hard in isolation for a return to the court in the ANZ Premiership.
Could netball be the last sport standing?
Playing their part in the bid to slow the spread of Covid-19, will New Zealand netball completely halt their elite league, or play to empty stands?
Pure As: Dame Noeline Taurua
Dame Noeline Taurua shares the method to her madness in the latest episode of Pure As, a mini documentary series on the Silver Ferns’ personal journeys to World Cup glory.
Mastering the art of keeping all your balls in the air
Belinda Muller has managed major Kiwi sports teams in three different codes – netball, rugby and, now, cricket. The only difference, she’s found, is the size of their balls.
The trick to recreating a shooting star
Maia Wilson is being tipped as the next Maria Folau in the Silver Ferns shooting circle, but she wants to stamp her own unique footprint on netball history.
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.
Charlotte spins web around Ferns’ hearts
The woman managing the Silver Ferns reveals the behind-the-scenes formula for their World Cup success - and the heartbreaking challenge she’s returned home to.