Contributors - Zara Collings, Rona Hunnisett, Eve Cobbett and Ian Harkin Defence is on top... By Zara Collings Round eight was the round for the defenders, with some incredible defensive performances across all six games of the round. A common conversation throughout the season has been how each team’s attacking units stand up to
As an athlete, coach, commentator and mother – and sometimes all four at once –Tamsin Greenway has packed a lot into her 38 years. She's embraced every challenge that's been thrown at her, and had a highly successful career along the way.
Contributors - Zara Collings, Eve Corbett, Iona St Joseph, Bethany Lord & Ian Harkin Mid-Table Madness By Zara Collings After another tightly-fought weekend of netball, Loughborough Lightning and Team Bath have pushed ahead of the rest of the teams to sit at the top of the Vitality Netball SuperLeague table, with a five point gap
Rounds five and six gave us another bumper four days of netball, as all eleven teams took to the court after a much needed weekend break.
Contributors: Zara Collings, Iona St Joseph, Bethany Lord and Ian Harkin It's heating up.. By Zara Collings The fourth round of the Vitality Netball Superleague gave us record breaking wins, some real improvements, tough injury blows and some powerful returns to court. It had it all. Lightning solidified their position at the top of
Contributors: Zara Collings, Eve Cobbett, Iona St Joseph, Bethany Lord and Ian Harkin Overview of Round 3 By Zara Collings After being spoiled with a double header weekend to kick off the season, I’m sure I’m not alone in feeling like we had a long wait until Round 3 got going on Sunday, with
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The opening rounds of the 2021 Vitality Netball Superleague produced some big wins.
By: Ian Harkin and Zara Collings Well, here we are. At times, it looked like we wouldn't make it, but the 2021 Vitality Netball Superleague is about to start. And what a start! Sadly, there will be no fans courtside, but despite that, there will be more people watching than in previous years. Playing
In New Zealand, they're getting ready this week for the opening round of the new ANZ Premiership season. Meanwhile, we've seen three rounds of the Vitality Netball Superleague completed. London Pulse again played in the TV game on Monday, this time against Celtic Dragons. After an even start, Pulse gradually got right on top, and