Adelaide Thunderbirds are still searching for their first win of the trans-Tasman season.
Southern Steel-Northern Mystics game set for a sell-out in Dunedin.
They've been mates since the early '90s but that'll be forgotten in Dunedin.
Competition stragglers the Thunderbirds weren't quite strong enough to defeat the Vixens.
The Southern Steel have beaten the Central Pulse in Wellington.
An angry spectator allegedly pushed a 13-year-old netball umpire because she disagreed with a decision.
Easy victory for NSW Swifts over Mainland Tactix.
The Central Pulse have a task ahead of them to trouble the unbeaten Southern Steel on Monday.
Queensland Firebirds remain the only undefeated team in the trans-Tasman netball championship.
In the space of seven days, the Waikato-BOP Magic have made great strides in turning their season around.
Training intensity helps Southern Steel in dream start to 2016.
A courageous comeback fuelled the Vixens' one point victory over the Fever.
Physical encounter in Hamilton finishes 49-45 to the home side.
The Silver Ferns vice-captain's future in the team could be up in the air next year if she stays in Sydney.
Tactix must put their foot down and consolidate when they're in front.
The Southern Steel midcourt has a luxury many other combinations in the trans-Tasman netball league don't have.
Silver Ferns-Australia tests will have extra spice, Anna Thompson says.
The West Coast Fever take on the Melbourne Vixens in Perth.
The Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic have beaten the Northern Mystics in Hamilton.
Steel edge ahead to beat Pulse in tight netball encounter in Wellington
The Queensland Firebirds clash with the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
The Mainland Tactix clash with the NSW Swifts.
Saturday's crucial game against the Northern Mystics is their first in Hamilton this season.
Southern Steel chief executive Lana Winders expects very little change for the organisation.
Former NZ shooter Donna Wilkins excited by netball's new domestic competition.
NZ netball bosses confident they are better off without Australian teams.
Post trans-Tasman league plans revealed with a six-team competition including two Auckland sides.
Silver Ferns great believes split could make sport more competitive and attractive.
With the trans-Tasman league due to split, are the Tactix and their Australian coach headed for their own break-up?
The Southern Steel paying little notice to trans-Tasman split talk.
Southern Steel captain Wendy Frew eager for team to retain momentum.
Despite blowing a nine-goal half-time lead, Mystics hang on to grab their second win of the year.
Mystics and Pulse determined to bounce back following thumpings last week.
Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic claw their way back to snap losing streak.
The Waikato-BOP Magic's losing streak has ended at five, after they grabbed a one-goal win over the Mainland Tactix on Sunday.
NSW Swifts extend recent advantage over the Melbourne Vixens with a 59-51 victory at Hisense Arena.
OPINION: Australian netball chiefs have been typically ruthless in their dealings with New Zealand.
Queensland keep unbeaten start to season with comfortable win over Fever.
Hawkins says last week's defeat means Tactix can ill-afford to look past struggling Magic.
End of trans-Tasman competition and the Laura Langman precedent may see more Kiwi talent head abroad.
Close to 400 tickets left for Tactix versus Magic game at Nelson's Trafalgar Centre.
Steel head coach Noeline Taurua believes netball in NZ will be fine after trans-Tasman netball league changes.
They aren't quite at the stage where they must win every game, but that time is getting closer with every loss.
Trans-Tasman competition split not a distraction, Tactix midcourter says.
Silver Ferns star on crutches at training after foot injury flared up.
The Mystics secure a much-needed victory over the Central Pulse, winning by just two points in Auckland.
Magic work hard and manage to erase the Tactix's early lead to clinch a win.
Swifts held on to their early lead to beat the Vixens 59-51.
The undefeated Queensland Firebirds proved too strong for the West Coast Fever.
Australian netball boss says lopsided record caused ratings to drop and drove search for new format.