In Part 1 of Netball Scoop's Suncorp Super Netball 2021 preview, we run the umpires whistle over the four teams who finished in the second half of the ladder last year. Check out their ins, outs, strengths, weaknesses and what fans can expect from them this year.
Contributors - Zara Collings, Bethany Lord, Eve Corbett, Rona Hunnisett, Iona St Joseph & Ian Harkin Top teams leave Wakefield as winners by Zara Collings Rounds ten and eleven marked the end of the Vitality Netball SuperLeague’s stay in Wakefield, rounding out an incredible 60 matches at the venue. Whilst the weekend’s fixtures generated
COMPETITION PREVIEW By Bethany Slaughter This weekend, the ANZ Premiership will have its first centre pass for 2021. And, after a whirlwind off-season, the ball is in anybody’s court. On paper, there are reasons why every team can rise up the table, beat any opposition on their best day, and hold the trophy aloft at
Contributors - Zara Collings, Eve Cobbett, Iona St Joseph & Ian Harkin The mighty fall (a little) By Zara Collings I say this every single week, but what a weekend of Netball from the Vitality Netball Superleague. Round nine has well and truly shaken up the top four and the competition has been heating
Contributors - Zara Collings, Rona Hunnisett, Eve Cobbett and Ian Harkin Defence is on top... By Zara Collings Round eight was the round for the defenders, with some incredible defensive performances across all six games of the round. A common conversation throughout the season has been how each team’s attacking units stand up to
Contributors - Zara Collings, Eve Corbett, Iona St Joseph, Bethany Lord & Ian Harkin Mid-Table Madness By Zara Collings After another tightly-fought weekend of netball, Loughborough Lightning and Team Bath have pushed ahead of the rest of the teams to sit at the top of the Vitality Netball SuperLeague table, with a five point gap
Rounds five and six gave us another bumper four days of netball, as all eleven teams took to the court after a much needed weekend break.
Contributors - Jaimie Keay, Andrew Kennedy and Ian Harkin. Photos by Steve McLeod THE DROUGHT IS BROKEN By Jaimie Keay After nine long years, the Silver Ferns officially have their hands on the Constellation Cup. Heading into this year’s series, the Ferns had all the momentum, with many claiming in the build-up that it
In Part Two of our International Women's Day special, members of the global netball family talk about what IWD means to them, and their hopes for the future.
In Part One of our International Women's Day special, members of the global netball family talk about who inspires them.