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The Silver Ferns' shooting accuracy has improved across every series since coach Noeline Taurua took charge over a year ago.
The Silver Ferns have beaten Australia 53-52 in the first Constellation Cup test in Christchurch, the first time in four years New Zealand has achieved back to back victories over their old rivals.
It's been 18 years since Yvonne Willering received any Silver Ferns gear, and while some of the fashions may have changed, other things have stood the test of time.
It's looking increasingly like the Constellation Cup will be Laura Langman and Maria Folau's Silver Ferns swan songs on home soil.
Silver Ferns coach Noeline Taurua is realistic about how long veterans Laura Langman and shooter Maria Folau might stick around.
Nick Willis is still determined to get to next year's Tokyo Olympics after missing out on the IAAF World Championships in Doha.
It's hard to imagine that Katrina Rore's incredible netball three-peat will ever happen again.
When men's netballer Junior Levi made the decision last year to switch allegiances and play for New Zealand it was well before there was any talk of a televised series against the Silver Ferns.
Sports call - It says a lot that New Zealand's two most influential netball figures have become two of the most influential in Australia's own domestic competition.
New Zealand swimmer Sophie Pascoe says there's a real edge at the World Para Swimming Championships in London, with athletes out to prove a point before next year's Tokyo Paralympics.
Kimiora Poi probably got a bit more than she bargained for when she joined the Collingwood Magpies mid-way through Australia's Super Netball competition.
More than a month after their audacious Netball World Cup triumph, the Silver Ferns finally got to share their success with the New Zealand public.
New Zealand volleyballer Lauren Fleury has gone from getting police escorts to international events to having to play in front of tiny crowds in New Zealand.
Trying to pinpoint just how and when a new sport takes off in a country is never an easy task. Video
The Silver Ferns have completed the ultimate redemption story, beating world number one Australia 52-51 to win the Netball World Cup in Liverpool.
The Silver Ferns have shocked Commonwealth Games champions England at the Netball World Cup, beating them 47-45 and ensuring an incredible sixth straight final with arch-rivals Australia.
Analysis - Despite the Silver Ferns going down to Australia, Thursday night felt like old times when the final result came down to a solitary goal, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe
Despite the Silver Ferns going down to Australia, last night felt like old times when the final result came down to a solitary goal, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe
Athletics New Zealand has confirmed teenage sprint sensation Edward Osei-Nketia will run for this country.
New Zealand snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott can hardly believe she's won gold in the women's slopestyle at the World Championships in Utah. Video
A wildly popular men's team, population 1 billion-plus, and an almost fanatical passion for cricket - in theory the perfect environment for the women's game to flourish in India.
First Person - My first sport was netball, a game I'm still playing over three decades later, but until recently I was looking for something else, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe.
Fear and a desire to protect the status quo can get in the way of progression in women's sport, according to New Year's honours recipient Barbara Kendall.
The upholstery is fading and members are ageing at sports clubs across New Zealand - and some are only just holding the seams together.
A survey of sports clubs in New Zealand has revealed nearly two-thirds of them are either losing money or breaking even.