After round three, it’s greatly differing fortunes for two of the pre-season favourites. Stars are still unbeaten and Tactix still hasn’t registered a victory.
In part 2 of this two part series, Maia Wilson discusses her confronting obsession with body image issues and her 'self-diagnosed' eating disorder, the role of women and culture in sport, and the conversations Maia is having on cultural diversity. Please be aware that some of the content may be triggering.
In the first of this exceptional two part series, Maia Wilson discusses her early netball career, some of the challenges she's faced on and off court, selection decisions, and why she has a colour-coordinated planner in her bedroom.
Round two is done and dusted in the 2021 ANZ Premiership and we have just one undefeated team left standing. The Stars have started the season with two strong wins and sit alone on top of the ladder. Likewise, there is only one team yet to taste victory and that’s a surprise.
Going in, there was a feeling this could be an even and unpredictable season. And the first round certainly did not disappoint in that regard. Last year’s two grand finalists both lost, while the two teams at the other end of the ladder in 2020, both won.
With Ameliaranne Ekenasio announcing a break from netball due to fatigue, Netball Scoop's Iona St Joseph discusses why mental health is one of the most important conversations that sport should be having at the moment.
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