Part 3 This is the third part of our look back at the past decade in netball. Today we look at 2017 and 2018. Here are the two previous parts in the series: Part 1 Part 2 2017 2017 was the start of a new era. After nine seasons, the trans-Tasman competition, the ANZ
Standing at 167 centimetres, Lisa Alexander was usually a diminutive figure compared to the athletes she coached. In netball however, and for women’s sport more generally, she leaves behind a giant legacy. Following the announcement that her contract as the Australian Diamonds head coach was ending, Lisa spoke exclusively to Netball Scoop.
So we were off to extra time. Again. At this stage, netball fans were getting quite used to seeing more than 60 minutes of netball between these two teams. And there was nothing in it right throughout extra time. In the final minute, von Bertouch actually thought she’d blown it...
The votes have been cast and tallied. We are happy to announce that in 2019 Netball Scoop's World's Greatest Netballer is ...
The enthralling final encounter between Australia and New Zealand for 2019 was marred by an inconsistent display of umpiring. The Diamonds overpowered the Silver Ferns to take home the Constellation Cup.
After a third close battle, the New Zealand Silver Ferns are now looking to take the Constellation Cup home for the first time in seven years.
The Samsung Australia Diamonds have tied-up the Constellation Cup with a 6 goal win over rivals, New Zealand Silver Ferns.
Match report from Netball World Cup 2019, New Zealand v Barbados, day 2, 13 July The classically contrasting styles of the opponents were evident from the outset: the zone defence of New Zealand reaping three intercepts in just five minutes, and the Bajan defence based in strength and pushing shooters off the mark with arms
England shook out their nerves with a comprehensive victory over Uganda. However the Ugandans were minus a player for the best part of a quarter, after Stella Oyella was sent from the court for dangerous play.
"You started unknown, and you finished unforgettable". Phumza Maweni's remarkable story tells of how netball transformed her life - from her humble beginnings in a poor rural town and the slums of Cape Town, to one of South Africa's most recognisable athletes.