Throughout her life, Pam Cookey has balanced a punishing schedule of netball, study and work. Along the way she's overcome three serious injuries and personal loss to become one of the English Roses' most loved and decorated athletes.
Towera Vinkhumbo has battled the odds to become a dual code athlete for Malawi. From her first game for the national soccer team at the age of 13, to leading the Vitality Netball SuperLeague for defensive statistics this season, she's drawn inspiration from her family, teammates, a very special coach, and especially her faith.
It's almost three years to the day since Helen Housby fired the winning goal for the English Roses at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. As one of netball's superstars, she's a big presence on and off court, yet is still a down to earth country girl at heart.
In a Netball Scoop exclusive, Diamonds' coach Stacey Marinkovich spoke about the recent Constellation Cup. She gave insights on how the tour unfolded, and some of the key talking points around the series.
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.
It's been 9 years since the New Zealand Silver Ferns held up the Constellation Cup trophy. But that could be about to change ...
With this new change, we are essentially silenced to our over 30,000 Facebook fans. Fortunately, Facebook hasn't been the only digital platform we have developed over the years. So, how to stay up-to-date with our netball news and articles about your favourite athletes and netball personalities, or issues?
In the final part of our look at the 2010s, we review 2019, wrap up the decade as a whole and take a look ahead to what might happen in the next 10 years. Here are the previous parts in the series: Part 1: 2010-2012 Part 2: 2013-2016 Part 3: 2017-2018 2019 The