Former Diamond’s netball captain, Natalie von Bertouch has opened up about her private struggle with an eating disorder in a bid to educate women on the dangers social media poses on body image.
An exciting new era for the Adelaide Thunderbirds is underway, with the announcement this week of a South Australian netball legend as the new head coach.
Queensland Firebirds defender Clare McMeniman and Adelaide Thunderbirds shooter Erin Bell have been named co-captains of the Australian FAST5 Flyers for the upcoming FAST5 Netball World Series in Auckland on 8-9 November.
The race for a semi-final berth in the Australian Netball League is set to intensify with three sides in contention top four in Adelaide.
With the Commonwealth Games gold medal around their necks, the Australian Diamonds will turn their attention to defending the Netball World Cup crown in Sydney in 2015.
The Diamonds live up to the high expectations that being role models places on them and, as they will find out tonight in Adelaide, sometimes being a role model can be a real pleasure.
World Netball Series, the thrilling showcase competition for the world’s most important women’s team sport, will be coming to Auckland, New Zealand, in November 2012.
Australian Diamonds captain Natalie von Bertouch will return to Adelaide immediately to recover from a stress-rated foot injury and will not take part in the 2011 Holden Netball Test Series.
At only 22 years of age Melissa Rowland hardly seems old enough to be having a career comeback, yet today the talented goal shooter re-joins the Adelaide Thunderbirds after 3 years out of the ANZ Championship.
The Australian 21/U coach Carol Byers had one eye on the future when selecting a young team to compete against the world champion Australian Diamonds, New Zealand Silver Ferns, South Africa and Malawi in Perth next month.
Former Adelaide Thunderbirds assistant coach Lisa Alexander has been appointed as the new Diamonds coach and Australia’s head national coach.
The great game of netball is turning 120 years old this year and Netball SA are celebrating by hosting a gala dinner on September 10th. Guests will enjoy a glittering night amongst the stars of netball past and present, including Australian Diamond and Adelaide Thunderbirds captain Natalie von Bertouch. The event is open to […]
The Australian Diamonds have come from behind to claim the 2011 World Netball Championships title in a thrilling finish, with a goal in the last second of extra time to secure the 58-57 victory over New Zealand at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Sunday night.
Leading Adelaide chef, Adam Swanson and national sports dietitian have teamed up with Australia’s largest pasta company to support the Australian Netball Diamonds ahead of their game against New Zealand later this month...
The 22-player Australian Squad headed to camp at the Australian Institute of Sport on Wednesday, in the first steps of the Diamond's road to Delhi. Norma Plummer will keep a watchful eye over her Diamonds in the coming days with the coach to name a 15-player squad after the camp.
Lord Mayor Michael Harbison and Premier Mike Rann will host a State Civic Reception today for the Adelaide Thunderbirds, following their 2010 ANZ Netball Championship win on Sunday.
Tickets to the 2010 ANZ Championship Grand Final go on sale at 9am (South Australian time) Friday 3rd July. The Grand Final will be held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on Sunday 11th July, with the match starting at 2.30pm SA time.
As the ANZ Championship prepares for its biggest ever home and away crowd in Melbourne this weekend, General Manager Anthony Everard confirmed today that next year’s competition will be brought forward to allow players sufficient preparation time for the 2011 World Netball Championships.
Geva Mentor returns to Adelaide from England for the Thunderbirds 2010 ANZ Netball Championships.