It’s been a chaotic few weeks with the Suncorp Super Netball (SSN) signing period keeping many fans on their toes; from retirements, interstate transfers and international moves to the players that remain at their beloved clubs. Beginning with the Adelaide Thunderbirds and Collingwood Magpies, the Netball Post review […]
Header Image Michael Bradley Photography With both teams having won a match each heading into the third test made for an exciting decider, with the winner taking claim to the Taini Jamison Trophy. It was a game of two halves, in particular, the second half in which the […]
Of all the states to host International Tests, South Australia has gone the longest without international netball.
NSW Swifts overcome GIANTS Netball after one of the most unpredictable and chaotic seasons in domestic netball history.
Now let’s start by saying two things. Congratulations to all athletes selected in both the Origin Australian Diamonds Squad and the Australian Development Squad. It has been a tough few years for everyone with complicated domestic seasons and minimal exposure to International competition so all those included should […]
West Coast Fever is sitting atop the Suncorp Super Netball table midway through round 12 following a tough 79-69 victory over Firebirds.
Stars close the season out in an emphatic fashion, dominating Magic from the first whistle as both sides are eliminated.
The third ACL rupture was reported today when Firebirds revealed Tara Hinchcliffe would be sidelined with the injury. Netball Physio Georgia Doyle explores why ACL injuries are common in netball.
West Coast clinically dismantled the Adelaide Thunderbirds in what was Fever coach Stacey Marinkovich’s final home game.
On Friday June 9, the eve of Round 10, the Suncorp Super Netball and Collingwood Magpies announced that star mid-courter Kelsey Browne would miss the game with what they called ‘a minor concussion’ sustained during their previous game against Adelaide Thunderbirds. While many people’s first disappointment was for […]