2022 SSN Confirmed signings

2022 SSN Confirmed signings2021-09-08T10:05:13+10:00
Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 127 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • Avatar photoIan Harkin
    Moderator
      Post count: 22060

      Please, this thread is only for confirmed signings. Any rumours, speculation, wish lists, go here…

      .

      Avatar photoIan Harkin
      Moderator
        Post count: 22060

        Avatar photoIan Harkin
        Moderator
          Post count: 22060

          Netballcrazy1
          Participant
            Post count: 2357

            Keen to hear other peoples’ thoughts on this, is this constant cycle of only being able to sign players to one or two-year deals (over the past few years) a bit limiting? I personally like the short duration of the deals because it means we can expect movement and new recruits which makes things exciting and can also help prevent a really long period of bad success for a club. But, I think about other professional sports and how long some of the contracts are (but obviously they have other avenues to delist, waive, or trade players, a level which we haven’t reached yet in the sport) and wonder if maybe short-term deals are getting a bit old. I think it’s okay for now, especially with the sport still needing to grow quite a bit commercially, but in the long-term future of SSN, which I would hope can expand to 10-12 teams (LONG LONG TERM), I feel like this is something that should change?

            Avatar photoIan Harkin
            Moderator
              Post count: 22060

              In NZ, multi-year deals aren’t a thing. They only seem to do one year deals.

              Avatar photoMontyandpoppy
              Participant
                Post count: 210

                The West Australian newspaper today confirmed Fowler will sign a new two year deal.
                Actually it uses the words “set to sign” but it was released on Twitter last night too 🙂

                netballmum
                Participant
                  Post count: 102

                  Vixens posting a Thankyou to Kaylia Stanton suggests she is a confirmed departure.

                  • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by netballmum.
                  Avatar photoMontyandpoppy
                  Participant
                    Post count: 210

                    And giants today announced Sam Poolman has retired.

                    Avatar photoIan Harkin
                    Moderator
                      Post count: 22060

                      Vixens getting ready to announce signings…

                      justanothernetballer
                      Participant
                        Post count: 6

                        Sophie Garbin to leave Swifts.

                        Avatar photoIan Harkin
                        Moderator
                          Post count: 22060
                          Avatar photoIan Harkin
                          Moderator
                            Post count: 22060
                            Netballcrazy1
                            Participant
                              Post count: 2357

                              Ian, I don’t know if it’s just me but can’t see your posts. Just a blank rectangle

                              Maryann
                              Participant
                                Post count: 1284

                                @Netballcrazy – I can see them, they are images. Top one is announcing when the signing period is. Bottom one is from Giants, black images of netballers on the orange background headed 2022 Giants Netball Squad 2022. No names.

                                Avatar photoIan Harkin
                                Moderator
                                  Post count: 22060

                                  Yeah, sorry, made a mistake with that last one. It was supposed to be this tweet from Giants…

                                Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 127 total)
                                • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
                                Go to Top