International

NS EXCLUSIVE: Exciting times ahead for Netball Fiji

With a new governance model, funding arrangements and partnerships with Netball Australia and Netball New Zealand in place, excitement is building at Netball Fiji.

NS PRESENTS: A Very Netty Christmas

To paraphrase Mariah: We don't want a lot for Christmas. There's just a few things that we need. We do care about netball presents, underneath our Christmas trees. You just want them for your own, or for someone who we all know. To make your wish come true, Netball Scoop has a great list for yooooouuuuuu!

NS EXCLUSIVE: Michelle Phippard – Behind the umpire’s whistle

Michelle Phippard takes readers behind the scenes, as she discusses a range of issues including supporting umpires, performance psychology, maintaining confidence, the unexpected consequences of Suncorp Super Netball rule changes on umpires, and whether she'll be back out on court in 2022.

By |2021-10-18T11:16:41+10:00October 18th, 2021|Categories: AUS, Exclusive Interview, Featured, International|Tags: , , |0 Comments

NS EXCLUSIVE: View from the bench with Tamsin Greenway

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.

NS MATCH REPORT: Taini Jamison Trophy Test 1 – Silver Ferns v Roses

While the Silver Ferns defeated the English Roses by six goals, it was a game of cat and mouse between both sides, as they tested out new combinations and incoming players in the first match of the Taini Jamison series.

By |2021-09-29T08:35:22+10:00September 21st, 2021|Categories: International, NZ, UK|Tags: , |0 Comments

NS EXCLUSIVE: England Roses 2021 Preview

The English Roses have had more international match practice than other teams over the last 18 months, building depth into a squad that already boasts a number of superstars. Heading down under for series against New Zealand and Australia, the Roses will continue building towards the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Zara Colling runs an eye over their squad.

By |2021-09-19T14:31:30+10:00September 19th, 2021|Categories: International, UK, Uncategorized|Tags: , |0 Comments