After attending the Silver Ferns - Roses matches across the series, Jaimie Keay looked at how test match three unfolded.
In the final View from the Bench for the Taini Jamison Trophy, we asked Robinhood Northern Stars head coach Kiri Wills for her thoughts on the key matchups and strategies which decided the series.
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.
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.
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.
With series against England, a New Zealand mens' team, and hopefully a Constellation Cup ahead of them in the next few months, Ian Harkin cast his eye over the current Silver Ferns squad
A memorable ANZ Premiership season has come to an exciting climax with the Northern Mystics winning their first ever title, defeating Mainland Tactix 61-59 in a thrilling grand final in front of almost 5,000 fans in Auckland.
So, now the stage is set. The ANZ Premiership Grand Final will be contested between the Northern Mystics and the Mainland Tactix at Spark Arena in Auckland. Both sides will be looking for their first ever National League title.
Photo: Tayla Earle (Mystics) - by Steve McLeod ROUND 15 SUMMARY By Ian Harkin With the three playoff teams having already been decided and Mystics locked in for the big one, the only thing left to do was find out which team would host the Elimination Final. First up, it was Steel as they
At Netball Scoop, we've been conducting our own MVP voting since 2015, firstly on the ANZ Championship, and then on Suncorp Super Netball. But up till now, we hadn't done the same with the ANZ Premiership. This year we've put that right.