Netball

Southern Steel not horsing around video

Jamie Hume, left, and Shannon Francois pulling a sulkie, leading the teams at Southern Steel pre-season training at ...

Southern Steel partake in usual training as they look to set the pace in the 2017 national netball league.

Huge test awaits Silver Ferns

Silver Ferns' coach Janine Southby wants to continue developing connections in the Quad Series.

The Silver Ferns go from no netball in months to a summer Quad Series opener against Australia.

Southland in for 'Super Sunday'

Southern Steel captain Wendy Frew after she played her 100th game for the franchise, with Southern Steel CEO Lana Winders.

The new elite national netball league's 'Super Sundays' will provide new opportunities for teams and fans.

Taumaunu named high performance director

Former Silver Ferns coach Waimarama Taumaunu will become Central Netball's director of high performance.

The former Silver Ferns coach will oversee Central Netball's high performance programme.

Bloxham reign underway

Southern Steel netball coach Reinga Bloxham.

"I've been looking forward to this all Christmas."

Southern quartet in NZ U21 team

Southern Steel defender Abby Erwood, left, playing her debut ANZ Championship netball game, with Magic player Grace ...

Four Southern players have been named in the NZ U21 netball team to play in Fiji.

The greatest Ferns of all

Irene van Dyk will be the standard by which all goal shoots are measured.

Stuff's experts pick their greatest Silver Ferns line-ups of all-time.

Locke to represent England

Midcourter Chelsea Locke, playing for the Pulse last year, has switched allegiance to England.

Adelaide Thunderbirds midcourter Chelsea Locke set to become an English Rose.

Umpire's absence puts spotlight on elite schedule

Netball NZ's new domestic competition promises to be a hard-fought affair.

Netball NZ has ticked a lot of boxes with its new competition, but the schedule remains a worry, writes Andrew Voerman.

Netball NZ loses top umpire

Top-ranked umpire Jono Bredin won't umpire in next year's National Premiership.

Trans-Tasman Championship final regular Jono Bredin turns down a contract from Netball New Zealand.

Quiz: Know your sport 2016 - netball

Silver Ferns shooter Bailey Mes.

An up and down year for NZ netball as the trans-Tasman champs played for the last time. How well did you follow netball in 2016?

Puzzles and no phone

Silver fern Casey Kopua with her husband Terry. The couple will spend plenty of time at the beach this summer.

 Silver Fern Casey Kopua remembers simple holidays in a one-room bach at the Mount. She's after more of the same this year.

The tallest Fern's tale

Kelly Jury is poised to make her Silver Ferns' debut early next year.

2017 sees Kelly Jury, the 1.92m tall Silver Fern, making her team debut against some serious global talent.

Jury, Sinclair poised to debut

Magic defender Kelly Jury is a new addition in the Silver Ferns' squad.

Magic duo new additions in Silver Ferns' squad.

Whanau enough for Salter

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Georgie Salter has been named coach of the Netball South Beko League team.

Fowler-Reid stars in series win

Southern Steel goal shoot Jhaniele Fowler-Reid shoots a goal in the 2016 trans-Tasman netball league.

Southern Steel shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid produced an outstanding display to help Jamaica to a netball series win over England.

Souness moves past major injury

Netballer Whitney Souness in action for Wellington last year, just days before her bad knee injury.

Porirua's Whitney Souness is ready to hit the ground running for the Pulse in next year's ANZ Netball Elite League.

Fowler-Reid leads Jamaica to victory

Southern Steel netball shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid helped Jamaica defeat England.

Southern Steel netball shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid helped Jamaica to an impressive 66-49 netball win over England.

Southern presence in NZ U21 squad

Abby Erwood, left, has made the NZ U21 netball squad.

Netball South is strongly represented in the New Zealand U21 squad.

Wanted: Netball South coach

Southern Steel captain Wendy Frew with CEO Lana Winders.

Do you have what it takes to coach the Netball South team in 2017?

Central Pulse pick 15-year-old

Wellington East Girls' College's Tiana Metuarau will play for the Central Pulse next year.

Daughter of former Silver Ferns coach Wai Taumaunu given a chance in NZ's elite netball league.

'Super Sundays' in NZ netball league

Southern Steel player Abby Erwood, left, playing in the NZ conference final against Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic's Grace ...

There are several new features for the NZ elite national netball league which starts in March.

Life after Langman

Kelly Jury in action during the Fast5 netball world series.

Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic players Sam Sinclair and Kelly Jury named in Silver Ferns squad.

Netball's play for south Auckland

Silver Ferns defender Holly Fowler is one of the inaugural members of the new south Auckland-based Northern Stars ...

Almost a decade into semi professional existence, netball has finally grasped the importance of south Auckland.

Losing Langman big deal for NZ netball

More of a fuss should have been made over Laura Langman's departure to the Sunshine Coast's Lightning franchise, writes ...

OPINION: Much more fuss should have been made of Laura Langman's decision.

Southern netball stars in NZ U21 trials

Verdon College student Aliyah Dunn has been selected for the NZ U21 netball trials.

Five promising southern netballers named in NZ U21 trials.

Fowler-Reid returns to international netball

Jhaniele Fowler-Reid, pictured playing for the Steel, will play for Jamaica against England this month.

Southern Steel sharpshooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid is back to help the Sunshine Girls.

Dreams for young international netballer

Palmerston North Girls' High School year 13 Sisavaii Muilago was part of the 2016 Samoa under-21 netball team.

´╗┐Sisavaii Muliago spent the year playing international netball with the U21 Samoan side.

Netball NZ won't budge on eligibility

Laura Langman's decision to play in Australia next season has seen her ousted from the national team.

Laura Langman is heartbroken she won't be able to play for the Silver Ferns next year but Netball NZ refuse to change policy.

Super club netball coming to NZ

Former Magic and Steel coach Noeline Taurua could return to NZ next year as part of a super club competition.

Eight of the world's best domestic teams are expected to compete in a new competition here next year.

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