Ruby Nathan is just 18, has played at two FIFA age group World Cups, and is now in the senior side to play Colombia
Former Silver Fern Anna Galvan feels she’s come full circle walking into Christchurch’s new indoor netball centre she plans to NZ’s best
The Kiwi running across Canada, raising money for child cancer in memory of his Silver Fern mum
Michaela Sokolich-Beatson thought she’d never wear the silver fern again – until she led the FAST5 Ferns to a netball world final,
As Mystics midcourter Tayla Earle prepares for this weekend's Fast5 World Series, she has a new mental sharpness after completing a 75-day challenge followed by thousands of fans.
Almost a third more Kiwi eyeballs were glued to women’s sport in the past year, proving the worth of hosting three World Cups. But how do sports maintain the momentum? Suzanne McFadden reports.
The Silver Ferns have rolled the world champions – twice – to finish 2023. But is the coach happy with that progress? Merryn Anderson reports.
In a new leadership role, Phoenix Karaka is realistic, but positive, the Silver Ferns are on the comeback after their worst Netball World Cup finish, ahead of two more clashes with the world No.1 Diamonds.
Both the Silver Ferns and Black Ferns pulled in crowds and took home the spoils in one frenzied day in Hamilton. But is there room in Kiwi hearts for both?
After five tests without a W, the Silver Ferns saved face with a strong rebound win over England's Roses.
Missing out on the Commonwealth Games gave Tiana Metuarau the fire to work even harder for her Silver Ferns dream.
Football, netball, cricket and rugby – it's all on for Kiwi women's sports teams across the globe this weekend. Merryn Anderson gives the lowdown on all the Ferns action.