The London Pulse have signed an exciting squad for 2022, including two young Australian athletes.
Following England's 55 - 45 win over the Silver Ferns in game two of the Taini Jamison series, former English international and current Scotland Thistles coach Tamsin Greenway reviewed the game. Known as one of the best analysts in the business, Greenway had a close look at what worked, what needs improvement, and how the players performed.
Our popular "View from the Bench" series returns, with London Pulse CEO and Director of Netball, Sam Bird, casting her eyes over match one of the Taini Jamison series.
As the English Roses tour of New Zealand and Australia commences, Netball Scoop spoke to their head coach Jess Thirlby about her journey so far, and how the Roses are approaching the lead in to the 2022 Commonwealth Games and 2023 Netball World Cup
London Pulse and Lisa Alexander AM have announced that the former Australian Diamonds' head coach will be contracted for two years as Performance Director. In looking ahead to the role, Alexander discusses her role, mentoring others and how she is staying ahead of ageism.
Former Diamonds' coach Lisa Alexander cast her expert eye over the 2021 Suncorp Super Netball grand final, discussing all the match ups and key tactical decisions.
Paige Hadley has always questioned herself, in a relentless quest to improve her performance individually and for her team. Co- captain of the NSW Swifts and a one club player, Hadley has also represented the Diamonds on 28 occasions
Have you ever wondered what a coach is thinking during a game? Former Diamonds head coach Lisa Alexander runs her expert eye over GIANTS' Netball preliminary final victory against West Coast Fever, covering major tactical moves, and key athletes. Lisa pays particular attention to some of the younger athletes in the teams.
There is always public discussion, speculation and criticism after the announcement of a Diamonds' netball squad. In her first exclusive print interview since the squad was named, national coach Stacey Marinkovich answers some of the tough questions.
Widely regarded as one of the best centre-courters in the world, so it's been a challenge to watch from the sidelines this year. In an exclusive interview with Netball Scoop's Jenny Sinclair, Watson spoke about the lessons she learned early in life that helped to become an elite athlete, what it's taken to stay there, and about her troublesome right foot.