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'Most explosive player I've ever seen': New Ferns star shines in win over Aus
A revitalised and re-energised Silver Ferns side have stamped their mark.
World Netball CEO sympathises with Jamaica after Silver Ferns farce
World Netball is launching an investigation into the Jamaican netball team.
Ain't no sunshine for Jamaica as Silver Ferns romp again
The Silver Ferns at least had the chance to test new combinations in another one-sided win
Baby on board: Pregnant Kiwi rower competing at the top
One New Zealand rower is pushing through.
Netball bronze gives Dame Noeline Taurua the last laugh
The netball mastermind was under the pump after consecutive losses leading into the match.
Rapid rise: How 'outstanding' Jamaica smashed Silver Ferns
Jamaica's rapid rise may surprise some people but it's been in the works for some time.
One to watch: Kiwi weightlifter's tough path to the top
Kiwi weightlifter finally feels confident with where her body and mind are at.
Comm Games ones to watch: NZ's hot favourite in the pool
The 21-year-old from Mangere is back in action at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
Ones to watch: Thrill never gets old for lawn bowls champ Val Smith
The world-champion lawn bowler anchors the New Zealand team.
From commentary to Comm Games: The remarkable return of Niall Williams
After suffering a neck injury, Niall Williams was told she may never play sevens again.
Kate Wells: The good and the bad from Silver Ferns series
OPINION: Takeaways from the Silver Ferns' final series ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
Kate Wells: Lydia Ko and how women are using their periods as a tool
It's time to take the stigma away and recognise how it changes performance in sport.