Vixens' Honey to miss Super Netball season
Melbourne Vixens mid-courter, Tayla Honey will miss the 2019 Super Netball season after tearing her Achilles tendon.
Bassett absence motivates angry Diamonds
Captain Caitlin Bassett's absence from the Quad Series is being used as motivation by the young Australia side, who insist they're not a one-woman team.
Tippet stars as Diamonds survive scare
Australia have shaken off some off-season rust, fighting back from five goals down to beat South Africa 62-45 in the opening Quad Series Test in Liverpool.
Skipper Bassett out of netball Quad Series
Australian netball captain and goal shoot Caitlin Bassett has been ruled out of the Quad Series in England with an arm injury suffered during training.
Diamonds players offered World Cup carrot
Coach Lisa Alexander says her Diamonds players can prove they are worthy World Cup selections if they perform at the Quad Series in England.
Super Netball shoots for new commission
Australia's fledgling Super Netball competition will be managed by an independent commission as the sport's national body seeks to fast track growth.
espnW foresight: Stars, shockers and stories of 2019
As the countdown to the 2019 season begins we look ahead to our four big women's winter codes: AFLW, Super Netball, Super W and rugby league. What will be the same in 2019? What has changed? Read our bold predictions for the season ahead.
Diamonds eyeing Commonwealth Games revenge
Australia's top-ranked netball team is chasing Commonwealth Games revenge at this month's Quad Series tournament in England.
Silver Ferns overhauled for Quad Series
Former Sunshine Coast Lightning defender Erena Mikaere is one of two uncapped players in the Silver Ferns squad for next month's Quad Series.
Split Super Netball draw a win for some
With Super Netball taking a four-week break while the World Cup is being played in England, managing player workload could prove the difference.
Cullen elects netball in NZ over Australia
Silver Ferns netballer Kayla Cullen will continue her career in New Zealand despite fiance and NRL star Shaun Johnson's departure for Cronulla.
Liz Watson nets Liz Ellis Diamond accolade
Midcourter Liz Watson's impressive campaigns at club and international level has been recognised again at the Australian netball awards in Melbourne.
Lightning buoyed by stadium upgrade
Sunshine Coast's champion netball team will finally have a stadium big enough to fit all its members next year.
Taurua believes Lightning can strike again
Sunshine Coast Lightning coach Noeline Taurua says she feels more confident than before either of her club's back-to-back Super Netball title victories.
Diamonds shooting berth up for grabs
Gretel Tippett and Steph Wood are in a nine-month race to wear the Australian goal attack bib at the next Netball World Cup.
Dominant Diamonds snare Constellation Cup
A vastly-improved Australia have outclassed New Zealand 58-47 in Wellington to wrap up the Constellation Cup series 3-1.
Silver Ferns prioritise win over Cup glory
New Zealand need to beat Australia by 14 goals to lift the Constellation Cup but say simply winning is their chief focus.
Diamonds want to solve Maria problem
Defusing Maria Folau's long-range bombs is a priority for Australia after letting New Zealand back into the Constellation Cup series.
Deakin Campus Convos, Episode 7: Two Paths
Nadine Cohen and Liz Watson answer questions about their respective journeys and provide insight into what it took to reach their leading positions in sport.
Browne latest in new Diamonds era
It's been dubbed the 'new era' for the Australian Diamonds as the relatively inexperienced side prepare for the 2019 Netball World Cup, and Sunshine Coast Lightning speedster Kelsey Browne is the latest player to get her chance to make her mark.
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