London Pulse and Lisa Alexander AM have announced that the former Australian Diamonds' head coach will be contracted for two years as Performance Director. In looking ahead to the role, Alexander discusses her role, mentoring others and how she is staying ahead of ageism.
2 days, 16 teams, 37 games and 4 eventual winners – the inaugural EMMNA National Tournament had it all. It was London Giants and Knights who eventually came away with the silverware, but before that we were treated to an unbelievable showcase of the men’s and mixed talent the UK has to offer.
Gia Abernethy reflects on one of her strongest, and strangest, seasons to date. And, she gives fans insight into her plans for 2022.
Team Bath's Kim Borger finished the 2021 VNSL season as the most accurate goal shooter. The former Australian U21 representative spoke exclusively to The Netball Show's Andy Lamb regarding the year that was.
This Sunday, the 11th of July, Geva Mentor will play her 200th domestic league game in Australia - and in the greatest of coincidences, it's the exact date she made her English debut 20 years earlier. It's a remarkable record, claimed by an inspirational athlete.
It was a fairytale finish for Loughborough Lightning as they earned their first Vitality Netball Super League title with a comprehensive victory over Team Bath 49-32
A year of preparation, hard-work, challenges both physical and mental, drive, determination and sacrifice and it all came down to this. The semi-finals for the Vitality Netball Superleague have given us our 2021 finalists: Team Bath and Loughborough Lightning.
Judges - Zara Collings, Eve Cobbett, Daisey Cotterill, Rona Hunnisett, Bethany Lord, Iona St Joseph and Ian Harkin Photographer - Ben Lumley/England Netball STARTING SEVEN: GS - Donnell Wallam - Heading into the 2021 season, West-Australian Noongar-Kaniyan Donnell Wallam was perhaps the most hotly anticipated arrival to the Vitality Netball Superleague. Despite fracturing her
After twenty rounds of fast-paced, captivating and athletic netball, the regular Vitality Netball Superleague 2021 season came to its conclusion in Round 20, as many teams took to court for their final match of the season. With the announcement that Leeds Rhinos would be advanced to the semi-finals and were unable to play their remaining regular fixtures, Round 20 was not the thrilling race to the finish we anticipated earlier in the season, yet some team’s really had saved the best for last as we saw some outstanding performances throughout the court.
It’s been quite the week in the Vitality Netball Superleague. We’ve had a postponed match, two cancelled matches and the adherence to a pre-season agreement between clubs that determined the outcome of the most exciting race for finals since the League’s inception.