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 […]
Keep up to date with an easy to read guide with all of the ins, outs, retirements and free agents across Suncorp Super Netball.
West Coast Fever snag former Firebirds defender Rudi Ellis bolstering the defensive circle for the next two seasons.
The star Firebirds midcourter had a year to remember on court in what she described as a rollercoaster year thanks to COVID-19.
Fever honours former coach Stacey Marinkovich’s legacy by re-naming one of the club’s top awards after the new Diamonds coach.
The contracting period this year has been like no other. With plenty of speculation and mainstream media coverage, Renee reflects on why it is good for the sport.
Off the back of two huge signings on Friday, Collingwood Magpies confirm two exits and eight re-signings to finalise 2022 squad.
We cover off the big news and speculate who will go where all the while trying to understand those darn riddles or if Harry Styles will sign at NSW Swifts.
The Melbourne Vixens are the first cab off the rank in announcing their first player signing for the 2022 Suncorp Super Netball Season.
NSW Swifts confirm Sophie Garbin will leave the club, meanwhile, Vixens and Kaylia Stanton parted ways earlier this week.