Netball

Eng Win Netball Series 3-0

London, England – The SPAR SA netball team suffered a third defeat at the hands of England here on Saturday night, going down 56-25 at the Wembley Arena to bring […]

Improvements Buoy Netball SA

London, England – Two down in the series after suffering heavy defeats in both Birmingham and Manchester, the Spar SA netball team now face the daunting task of picking themselves […]

Improved SPAR SA Lose Series

It was a different venue but very nearly exactly the same result as the SPAR SA Netball team took on England in the second Test at the Manchester Evening News […]

Big Guns to tackle SA Netball

It was 12 years ago that the South African netball team swept aside an impressive line-up of opponents on their way to claiming the silver medal at the World Championships.

South Africa: 45 Wales: 42

Having overcome the frustrations of drastically delayed transport, freezing weather and lost bags, the SPAR SA Netball side finally got their UK tour off to a wining start in Deeside, […]

Netball to UK for Tests Tour

The SPAR South African netball team leave on Wednesday for a short tour of Wales and England, during which they will play one Test against Wales and three against England. […]

NZ To Host World Champs

The International Federation of Netball Associations has announced that New Zealand will take over as host of the 2007 World Netball Championships, following a recent military coup in Fiji.

Rest In Peace Yvonne

Yvonne Phiri, a member of the SPAR South African Netball Team, has died in a car crash 4km from Hartebeesfontein on Saturday night. Phiri, 21, was returning to her parent’s […]

New Captain For SA Netball

Netball South Africa (NSA) selectors have combined youth and experience in the SPAR national netball team to tour England in January.  The tour, which includes three Tests, forms part of […]

Netball Boss Quietly Confident

Netball SA President Mimi Mthethwa has told gsport … for Girls! that she is quietly confident of the national squad’s performance following the COSANA Games, in which South Africa lost […]