Netball

Langman 'sad' but respects rules

Laura Langman will be ineligible to play for the Silver Ferns next year.

Inspirational Silver Fern Laura Langman signs with Aussie team, making her ineligible to play for NZ.

Sports stars above the law?

All Black George Moala escaped conviction for his part in a boozy late-night brawl in 2012.

Rugby player Losi Filipo is far from the only athlete to dodge a conviction.

Magic appoint Metcalfe

Amigene Metcalfe was the Magic's first ever captain.

The former Magic captain is now the franchise's assistant, alongside head coach Margaret Forsyth.

Fever sign English international

England's Stacey Francis tries to block a shot against New Zealand at Vector Arena.

West Coast Fever have signed English international Stacey Francis for Australia's new national netball league.

Tutaia to lead Fast5 Ferns

Maria Tutaia will captain the Fast5 Ferns in Melbourne next month.

Maria Tutaia to captain Fast5 Ferns.

No Stripper-gates in netball

Silver Ferns captain Katrina Grant prefers water over a wine.

 When's the last time you saw an elite netballer in trouble?

Price heading back to Australia

Jamie-Lee Price is off to Australia to join up with former coach Julie Fitzgerald.

Jamie-Lee Price joins Australian netball side.

Life without Laura

Laura Langman, right, is set to be barred from playing for the Silver Ferns next season.

Netball New Zealand (NNZ) unmoved over rule that will exclude star midcourter from Silver Ferns.

Irene van Dyk to coach teens

Irene van Dyk with daughter Bianca ahead of the Wellington Round the Bays race in February.

One lucky Wellington school to get a significant boost to its netball programme as iconic player signs on.

Silver Ferns having fun

Katrina Grant says the Silver Ferns know there's a fine line when it comes to having fun.

It's a key part of the new squad's culture, but they know there's a fine line all the same.

Silver Ferns complete whitewash

Te Paea Selby-Rickit of New Zealand shoots during the test match against Jamaica in Rotorua.

A spirited first-quarter Jamaican effort couldn't last, as the Silver Ferns eventually won the third test easily, 66-38.

No complacency for Ferns

Kayla Cullen says the Silver Ferns won't be complacent heading into the final test against Jamaica.

They may have wrapped up the Taini Jamison Trophy with ease, but the Silver Ferns won't be taking the third test against Jamaica lightly.

Mum's death spurs girl to gold

Sade Morrison-Kaipara's mum, Tamara Kaipara, was diagnosed with cervical cancer in November last year.

Sade Morrison-Kaipara's mum died during AIMS Games, but that didn't stop the 13 year old from playing on.

Dream debut for Wilson

Silver Ferns debutant Maia Wilson, right, keeps a cool head while lining up a shot in the face of a vertical Shamera ...

Maia Wilson is New Zealand's latest international netballer.

Silver Ferns brush by Jamaica

Silver Ferns defender Jane Watson, right, and Jamaica goal shoot Shantal Slater return to earth after contesting a high ...

The Taini Jamison Trophy is in the bag - not that it was going anywhere.

Netball salaries double

Former Australian goal defence Bianca Chatfield has helped bring in the new Australian netball league's new pay deal.

Australian netballers get big pay rises, with minimum rate doubling.

Hayne had been warned

Jarryd Hayne has said he didn't know of Chris Bloomfield's alleged bikie links.

OPINION: Consort with who you like but just don't reveal it to the world via social media, writes Andrew Webster.

Hoffman leaves Pulse for Surrey

Tania Hoffman is headed to the Surrey Storm.

Central Pulse assistant coach Tania Hoffman is heading to England to take up the role of director of netball at the Surrey Storm.

Silver Ferns aim high

Silver Ferns Kayla Cullen, left, and Grace Rasmussen square off in training before their test against Jamaica in ...

The Silver Ferns are hoping for another big win over Jamaica.

English import bolsters Tactix

England international shooter Kadeen Corbin has signed to play for the Mainland Tactix for next year's inaugural Elite ...

Mainland Tactix sign England international shooter Kadeen Corbin.

Recap : Silver Ferns v Jamaica

Shantal Slater of Jamaica and Silver Fern Jane Watson go after the ball.

The Silver Ferns run away to an easy victory over Jamaica.

Recap: Silver Ferns v Jamaica

Silver Ferns centre Shannon Francois in action during the Taini Jamison Trophy opener against the Jamaican Sunshine ...

The Silver Ferns clinch a third win in their final test against Jamaica.

Purvis keen on another crack

Defender Storm Purvis, centre right, debuted for the Silver Ferns against Jamaica in Nelson on Sunday and is hoping for ...

Storm Purvis is fizzing after her international debut.

Two new Aussie netball faces

Laura Geitz will miss the Constellation Cup series against New Zealand because she is pregnant.

Australian netball selectors introduce two new players.

Silver Ferns ease past Jamaica

Silver Ferns wing defence Kayla Cullen in action during the Taini Jamison Trophy series opener against Jamaica.

Silver Ferns brush Jamaica aside in the opening game of the Taini Jamison Trophy netball series.

Departing Peeters confident with squad

Northern Mystics wing attack Fa'amu Ioane takes the ball with Southern Steel wing defence Stacey Peeters defending ...

Departing Southern Steel player Stacey Peeters has confidence in the team's recently finalised 2017 netball squad.

Aussie netball star pregnant

Australian Diamonds' star Laura Geitz, left, competes with Silver Fern Bailey Mes for possession last year.

Australian netball captain Laura Geitz has announced she is pregnant.

Recap: Silver Ferns v Jamaica

The Silver Ferns are poised to give Jamaica a run for their money.

Follow all the play-by-play action from Nelson as the Silver Ferns take on Jamaica.

On a wing and a prayer: Rasmussen's Silver Ferns' rise

Grace Rasmussen gets a pass away against England in the Quad Series.

 Grace Rasmussen has battled through to become New Zealand's starting wing attack.

Jamaica's depth to be tested

The Jamaican Sunshine Girls captain Malysha Kelly, left and Silver Ferns captain Katrina Grant with the Taini Jamison Trophy.

Jamaica captain Malysha Kelly says the absence of Romelda Aiken and Jhaniele Fowler-Reid just opens the door for someone else.

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