Competition for playing time in the Southern Steel’s shooting circle has got a whole lot tougher.
Was there ever another option? Noeline Taurua has been confirmed as the 11th coach of the Silver Ferns.
Elmgrove School’s Kaitlyn Joyce (10) (left) competes for the ball with Amy Hitchcox (10) from St Francis Xavier School during the Otago primary schools year 5-6 tournament at the Edgar Centre in...
The minute Janine Southby announced her resignation as the Silver Ferns coach in July, Noeline Taurua became the talk of the town.
The Central Otago A Grade netball final between Molyneux and Dunstan A did not disappoint the crowd of spectators that had gathered halfway through the match. After a two-year absence at the top,...
Netball New Zealand insist they don't fear a player exodus, despite granting two exemptions in as many weeks for players to potentially play overseas.
Not this time. The Steel pipped the Pulse 54-53 in the ANZ Premiership final earlier this month but couldn't stage a similar comeback in the Super Club semifinal in Nelson.
Noeline Taurua has no plans to leave the Sunshine Coast Lightning, but that's unlikely to stop her from being unveiled as Silver Ferns coach.
Silver Ferns shooter Maria Folau has called time on her career with the Northern Mystics after nine years with the team and has been granted an exemption to still play for New Zealand.
Otago Girls' High School wing defence Sophie Miller looks to move the ball down the court in front of Southland Girls' High School goal attack Holly Munro at the Otago Girls' High School gymnasium...
There is a chance Steel captain Wendy Frew might not take the court for tonight's Super Club semifinal against the Central Pulse in Nelson.