The 2019 Suncorp Super Netball season is nearing completion so, fans are now eagerly awaiting to see what is happening with their favourite players and teams ahead of the 2020 season. Here is what we know so far, and what gaps teams may need to plug ahead of next season. In Part 1 we look at the Adelaide Thunderbirds, Giants Netball, Magpies Netball and the Melbourne Vixens.
The Adelaide Thunderbirds have denied the Queensland Firebirds a chance of a home-court win after playing their most consistent and patient game of the season. It was an emotional end of the game as two of the Firebirds longstanding members took to the homecourt for the last time.
The Queensland Firebirds couldn't notch a win for captain Gabi Simpson's 100th national league game, despite mounting a heroic comeback against the Sunshine Coast Lightning.
For the first time in 16 years, the New Zealand Silver Ferns claim the gold medal at the Netball World Cup.
The Australian Diamonds finish top of Pool F after withstanding a comeback from the New Zealand Silver Ferns.
Australia advances safely through to the next stage of the Netball World Cup after dispatching Sri Lanka.
The Jamaican Sunshine Girls brought Caribbean flare to the World Cup when defeating the Fijian Pearls on day one of the tournament.
The New Zealand Silver Ferns opened up the Netball World Cup in emphatic fashion with a win over the Malawi Queens.
Michelle Phippard is one of Australia's most decorated umpires. The All Australian Umpire of the Year talks exclusively to Netball Scoop's Katrina Nissen about plying her trade overseas and the extensive preparation regime of the umpires at the Netball World Cup.
The New Zealand Silver Ferns have been given licence to be creative at the 2019 Netball World Cup.