The freedom to be herself has prompted an evolution in Kate Burley this season.
Perhaps there was one positive to take away from Monday night’s horrid fourth quarter for the Southern Steel.
There was a certain familiarity as the fourth-quarter onslaught started.This time, though, the roles were reversed.
The Northern Mystics were pushed by their cross-town rivals but confirmed their ANZ Premiership credentials with a 54-51 win over the Northern Stars yesterday.
Steel wing defence Renee Savai’inaea has one wish for Monday’s game against the Pulse in Dunedin — not to leave it until the last quarter to start playing netball.
Taieri made its debut in the Dunedin premier competition with a 59-27 loss to the powerful Southern Magpies on Saturday.
The Southern Steel’s double-header against the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic this weekend has been postponed under the ANZ Premiership’s Covid-19 policy.