It’s time for the fourth edition of New Zealand’s elite netball competition, the ANZ Premiership. And it looks different. In 2020, “Super Sundays” are no more. The competition has gone from 13 rounds to 16, and there is no more doubling up with teams having to play back to back games within a few days.
In New Zealand, they're getting ready this week for the opening round of the new ANZ Premiership season. Meanwhile, we've seen three rounds of the Vitality Netball Superleague completed. London Pulse again played in the TV game on Monday, this time against Celtic Dragons. After an even start, Pulse gradually got right on top, and
In Australia last week, all eyes were on the Bushfire Relief charity match, while in New Zealand, the six ANZ Premiership teams were involved in a pre-season hit out in Otaki. Meanwhile, round two of the Vitality Netball Superleague was an exciting one, with many twists and turns, highlighted by the TV match between Surrey
With the Vitality Netball Superleague starting last weekend, we thought it was a good time to begin this new feature. Each week, we'll be going over the major netball matches played all over the world in the past seven days, not just including the scores, but also the statistics, tables and schedule of upcoming games.
Part 3 This is the third part of our look back at the past decade in netball. Today we look at 2017 and 2018. 2017 2017 was the start of a new era. After nine seasons, the trans-Tasman competition, the ANZ Championship was no more. The two partners, Netball Australia and Netball New Zealand went
"There's a fine line between playing with skill and coming out and being dirty and I think they crossed the line," van Dyk said. "I've been playing netball for a very long time, and I can honestly say I have never come across a defensive pair that are as physical and get away with murder."
So we were off to extra time. Again. At this stage, netball fans were getting quite used to seeing more than 60 minutes of netball between these two teams. And there was nothing in it right throughout extra time. In the final minute, von Bertouch actually thought she’d blown it...
The votes have been cast and tallied. We are happy to announce that in 2019 Netball Scoop's World's Greatest Netballer is ...
After an outstanding season, Lightning's Karla Pretorius has taken out Netball Scoop's MVP award for 2019.
With this year's version fast approaching, let's look back to the previous 14 editions of the sport's premier event.