Origin Australian Diamonds

NS EXCLUSIVE: Paige Hadley – Question time

Paige Hadley has always questioned herself, in a relentless quest to improve her performance individually and for her team. Co- captain of the NSW Swifts and a one club player, Hadley has also represented the Diamonds on 28 occasions

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NS EXCLUSIVE: Stacey Marinkovich – the 2021/22 Diamonds’ squad

There is always public discussion, speculation and criticism after the announcement of a Diamonds' netball squad. In her first exclusive print interview since the squad was named, national coach Stacey Marinkovich answers some of the tough questions.

By |2021-08-23T02:11:10+10:00August 23rd, 2021|Categories: AUS, Exclusive Interview, Featured|Tags: , |0 Comments

NS EXCLUSIVE: Liz Watson – Life lessons

Widely regarded as one of the best centre-courters in the world, so it's been a challenge to watch from the sidelines this year. In an exclusive interview with Netball Scoop's Jenny Sinclair, Watson spoke about the lessons she learned early in life that helped to become an elite athlete, what it's taken to stay there, and about her troublesome right foot.

NS EXCLUSIVE: Origin Australian Diamonds and Development Squads announced

The strong form of a number of young athletes in the Suncorp Super Netball League has seen them rewarded with inclusion in the Origin Australian Diamonds and Development squads for 2021/2022. 21 athletes were named by selectors Stacey Marinkovich, Annie Sargeant and Michelle Wilkins in the Diamonds’ squad. The selectors, aided by Development Squad Head

NS EXCLUSIVE: Meet Kelly Ryan, Netball Australia’s new CEO

Netball Australia's newly appointed CEO, Kelly Ryan, has a unique skill set, boundless energy, and a driving determination to make netball the most inclusive sport in the national landscape.

NS EXCLUSIVE: Coaching with kids

Amy Cooper examines the challenges of coaching, when you are also the mother of young children. Megan Anderson and Stacey Marinkovich explain how they make it work, and why they are better coaches as a result.