The Silver Ferns have been shocked by Jamaica, beaten 59-51 in their second match of the Taini Jamison Trophy last night.
The Silver Ferns opened the Taini Jamison Trophy Series with a strong performance to defeat Malawi 75-42.
The Silver Ferns will battle for the Taini Jamison Trophy this week with coach Janine Southby braced for a challenging balancing act.
When Michaela Sokolich-Beatson was told she was selected for the Silver Ferns Commonwealth Games team, she thought she was being "pranked".
Netball South has reported a largely unchanged financial position over the past year.
Silver Ferns coach Janine Southby has been forced into late changes to her team for next week's four-nation Taini Jamison Trophy in Auckland.
A strong second half enabled the Sunshine Coast Lightning to claim a comprehensive win over the Southern Steel last night.
A competitive showing was not quite enough to get the Southern Steel over the line.
It may be unusual for someone living on the Sunshine Coast to compliment Dunedin's weather - although perhaps that shows how excited Noeline Taurua is to be back.
The Southern Steel is getting plenty of high-level preparation this pre-season.
A full-strength Southern Steel is available to face Australia's defending champion at the Edgar Centre tomorrow.
Midcourt veteran Wendy Frew has been officially confirmed at the Southern Steel’s captain this season.
In the end something had to give for Jono Bredin.
Familiar surroundings are not easing the pressure on Katrina Grant - but that is what she thrives on.
The doors may have been closed, but the Silver Ferns and Southern Steel did not hold back in yesterday's training match.
Yesterday's match against the Silver Ferns has only made Jennifer O'Connell that much more hungry to pull on the black dress.
The Southern Steel is not rushing to find a replacement for Jamaican defender Malysha Kelly.
Netball South has named its squad to contest the 2018 Beko League.
Malysha Kelly was looking forward to an afternoon of lugging fire hoses around and climbing stairs when the Otago Daily Times called for an interview yesterday.
Otago teenager Kate Heffernan has a big decision ahead, but for now she is still coming to terms with her sudden elevation to the White Ferns.