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Silver Fern Te Paea Selby-Rickit is happy to take on a bigger shooting load while the Mainland Tactix deal with injuries, plus she knows it's good for her game.
On the face of it water polo and netball might seem like two sports that have very little in common but multi-talented Pulse midcourter Paris Lokotui knows otherwise.
Teaching players known for their flair to resist some of their natural urges has been one of the main focusses for Northern Mystics' assistant coach Rob Wright.
When Lisa Lin was the only Asian face at the netball courts, people under-estimated her but she proved them wrong and broke new ground this year, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe.
Australia's flagship netball league is sticking with a largely unpopular 2-point shot but it seems there's little chance that will happen here.
When new Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic shooter Chiara Semple steps on court and makes eye contact with her family and friends in the crowd, she's making up for lost time.
The Central Pulse will continue to buck the trend by employing a man on man defensive structure this ANZ Premiership season, even if it means racking up a few more penalties.
Stars' coach Kiri Wills is relieved she decided to have extra padding in her shooting end for this year's ANZ Premiership, with Silver Fern Monica Falkner under an injury cloud.
The Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic registered their highest score since 2018 when they beat the Northern Mystics 64-60 in Auckland last night.
Former Silver Ferns' captain Katrina Rore says the huge workload now required to be an elite netballer could lead to earlier retirements in the sport, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe.
Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua says national captain Ameliaranne Ekenasio is courageous for asking for help and supports her break from netball.
When new Southern Steel import George Fisher was 16, two New Zealand netball icons sparked a resolve in her to one day play netball on the other side of the world.
Former England captain Ama Agbeze would have been playing netball in the UK right now had it not been for a late contract offer from the Northern Mystics.
The Silver Ferns' are thrilled to finally win the Constellation Cup after 11 attempts but you could never accuse coach Dame Noeline Taurua of getting carried away with success.
The Silver Ferns will have to buck more than just one trend if they want to wrest the Constellation Cup off the Australian Diamonds for the first time since 2012.
Silver Ferns' coach Dame Noeline Taurua says her side need to make a mental shift if they want to beat Australia on a regular basis.
Silver Ferns' shooter Maia Wilson has come a long way since she last met Australia in October 2018.
Netball New Zealand CEO Jennie Wyllie admits her heart sank a little on Saturday night when the realisation came that no fans would be allowed to watch the long anticipated Constellation Cup.
Australian coach Rob Wright wants to add a point of difference to the Northern Mystics this year, but he doesn't want it to be about the fact he's a bloke.
A lot has changed since Australian Diamonds' player Gabi Simpson played a Test against the Silver Ferns more than two year's ago.
The last time the Silver Ferns met Australia, coach Dame Noeline Taurua was left with a bad taste in her mouth after contentious umpiring calls left players from both sides confused.
Three year's ago Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic defender Georgia Tong thought an elite netball career might have passed her by.
Southern Steel defender Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit admits thoughts of retirement scare her as she approaches her sixteenth year of elite netball.
You couldn't get a more unlikely sporting rivalry - New Zealand sailor Leslie Egnot verse 'Mr America's Cup' Dennis Conner, writes Bridget Tunnicliffe.
Silver Ferns' coach Dame Noeline Taurua is finally planning on sitting down this week to sign a contract that will take her through to the World Cup in 2023.