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.
Sharni's journey, as tough and scary as it was, has no doubt shaped her into someone who is a force to be reckoned with. This has made her a great role model for any young athlete. Her journey, and No Apologies, teaches us that there is a place for everyone and to never try to suppress who you are.
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?
2020 has been a rough year for so many people. And, when former Perth Orioles and West Coast Fever alum, Nikala Smith approached us about reviewing her positive mindset program, Thinking Rewired, we all wanted to jump at the opportunity. But, alas, there were only so many program samples to go around. And, we could
Here we are. Finally. The delayed and much altered 2020 version of Suncorp Super Netball is about to start. We can only hope there are no more Covid-19 related problems and that we get to see the competition play out and reach its ultimate conclusion in a grand final played at Nissan Arena in Brisbane.
After the longest preseason in history, Suncorp Super Netball will finally start this weekend in Queensland, with all of the games in New South Wales moved up north in the last 24 hours. The COVID-19 affected season, initially meant to start in May, has chopped and changed in length and location, but it will go
“The teams that cope best with, not just this change, but the rolling subs – which significantly changes how you approach the tactics within a game too. The teams that cope well with those different scenarios will be the ones that come out on top.”
I pulled this one from the book “Exercising During the Covid-19 Outbreak for Dummies”. So simple yet so effective in releasing those endorphins you’ve been missing out on. For the GKs that don’t like this idea, I see you and I’m one of you.
To donate to the Bushfire Relief Fund, go here It has been a summer unlike one I can ever remember. The bushfires started in November and madness, chaos and destruction soon followed. For over two months the country watched on, feeling helpless and scared to turn on the news or get updates as it seemed