Inaugural Netball Cup Ready for Finals Weekend

Gauteng netball coaches Jenny van Dyk (GP Jaguars) and Dorette Badenhorst (Golden Flames) may find themselves going up against each other in Sunday’s final of the inaugural Brutal Fruit Netball Cup at the Tuks Rembrandt Hall in Pretoria

Netball Cup Storms Onto National Stage

Thills, spills, ecstacy and agony as the opening weekend of the inaugural Brutal Fruit Netball Cup kicked off at the University of Pretoria Sports Complex, with the GP Jaguars taking top spot in Division 1 boasting a 100% return from their first two matches

Hard Lessons Toughen SPAR Proteas

The SPAR Proteas improved throughout the Quad Series but still finished without a win after hard losses to World number one, two and three – Australia, New Zealand and England.

Proteas Heads High in Loss to Ferns

The SPAR SA Netball Proteas lost their second test 24-63 to world no. 2 New Zealand in Tauranga on Sunday. After being sideswept by a rampant Silver Ferns team in the opening 10 minutes, the Proteas regrouped and played a positive match to hold their heads high

SPAR Proteas Show Progress in Australia Loss

The SPAR Proteas showed a lot of fight as they lost 68-36 to Australia in Wellington, New Zealand. The Proteas are now looking ahead to their last two matches in the Quad Series against New Zealand and England.

Defence Key in Second Diamonds Test

SPAR Proteas Coach Elize Kotze says that her team has analysed videos of their first match against the Australian Diamonds in the Quad Series, and believe that defence will be key in making progress against the world’s best.

SPAR Proteas Show Growth In Defeat

The SPAR Proteas have shown a lot improvement in their first three matches in the Quad Series. In their final test on Australian soil, they went down 62-53 to world no. 3-ranked England in a closely contested match, after leading at half-time.

Proteas Run England Close in Quad Series

A fighting SPAR Proteas team have lost their third match in the Quad Series, to world number-three England, by a margin of 62-53. This is by far the SA team’s best performance in the series, after big losses to both Australia and New Zealand.

Proteas Suffer Tough Start to Quad Series

Former Protea player Irene Van Dyk proves too strong for South Africa’s Adele Niemand, in the SPAR Proteas first match of the Quad Series on Sunday. Photo: Courtesy Netball Australia