“The teams that cope best with, not just this change, but the rolling subs – which significantly changes how you approach the tactics within a game too. The teams that cope well with those different scenarios will be the ones that come out on top.”
I pulled this one from the book “Exercising During the Covid-19 Outbreak for Dummies”. So simple yet so effective in releasing those endorphins you’ve been missing out on. For the GKs that don’t like this idea, I see you and I’m one of you.
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Netball Scoop presents the Daily Liverpool Scoop Podcast, covering all the news from the Netball World Cup
Magpies Netball defeated their cross-town rivals the Melbourne Vixens for the first time in Suncorp Super Netball, 55–52, to keep their finals hopes alive and honour Kelsey Browne’s 50th game in front of a sell-out crowd of 8,647 at Melbourne Arena on Monday. The Magpies took control early in the Melbourne derby, with shooter Shimona
Giants Netball defeated the Adelaide Thunderbirds 65 – 54 in a dominant full-court display at Qudos Bank Arena on Sunday to push themselves into the top four and remain unbeaten by the Thunderbirds in Suncorp Super Netball. Diamonds skipper Caitlin Bassett proved a challenge for defensive dynamo Shamera Sterling who had no answers as she
The Giants etched out their first win of the season over the Magpies.
In a fascinating insight, Netball Scoop's Lexie Mitchell spoke to all eight captains, asking them about their X-factor for the 2019 season.
In one of the most competitive international years to date, Australian Samsung Diamonds head coach Lisa Alexander sees opportunity for the Diamonds squad, believing that an imperfect Quad Series campaign will prepare them for the trials of the Netball World Cup in July.
Caitlin Thwaites is back where she began, signing on to the Melbourne Vixens for 2019.