Welcome to Off Court, where we delve into the lives of some of our favourite netballers and get to know them a little better outside of sport. Up first we chat to Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse and Silver Ferns midcourter/Wellington club DJ Whitney Souness, aka DJTINO.
We take a look at the four match-ups coming up in Round 4 of the ANZ Premiership.
A comprehensive three-quarter assault from the Trident Home Tactix has been rewarded with a 55-38 away victory over the Ascot Park Hotel Steel. But it was the Steel who walked off court to the cheers of the crowd - after a final 15 minutes that rates as their best of the season so far.
On the back foot early, a rejuvenated Avis Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic stormed back in style to pip the MG Mystics 57-56 in an extra time thriller in Hamilton on Sunday.
Opening Round 3 action and featuring last year’s Grand Finalists, the Robinhood Stars turned the tables on Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse to post a decisive 59-51 win in Auckland on Sunday.
We take a look at the three match-ups coming up in Round 3 of the ANZ Premiership.
A personal-best performance by Maia Wilson and a memorable 50th match for Elle Temu were the highlights of the Robinhood Stars’ 74-40 win over the Ascot Park Hotel Steel at Takanini.
With all parts of their court stepping up when it counted, the MG Mystics served notice of their credentials to clinch a hard-fought 54-45 win over the Trident Homes Tactix in Christchurch on Sunday.