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How Australia rocketed to a 12th Netball World Cup crown

Ash Brazill's fist-bumped the Cape Town air with no attempt at discretion, grinned at her team-mates with that winning glint and then did not hold back on a victory cry even though there were still more than a hundred seconds left to play.

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Netball World Cup caps off a 'women's year in sport' in South Africa

While the Netball World Cup was forced to overcome hurdles such as an avoidable ticketing crisis and a clash with the FIFA Women's World Cup, the tournament was a success, and will have a lasting impact in the host nation, writes Firdose Moonda.


NRLW Round 3: Hufunga has arrived, Titans impress

Round 3 of the National Women's Rugby League Premiership is done and dusted and it was a round where a couple of teams really announced themselves.

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NRLW season starts off with a bang and a fang

Round 1 of the Women's National Rugby League Premiership kicked off with a bang with two new teams getting their first ever win, and Broncos winger Ash Werner being sent off for biting.

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England take pride in white-ball sweep as Kate Cross admits Ashes loss doesn't feel fair

Australia captain Healy says victory feels a 'bit dirty' after slumping to T20I and ODI series defeats

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Australia bear the Sciver-Brunt in first ODI series loss since 2013

Cross three-for after Knight half-century helped England stifle the visitors in a rain-curtailed chase

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NRLW Season Preview: Bigger and better than ever before

With four new teams introduced in the Canberra Raiders, Wests Tigers, Cronulla Sharks and North Queensland Cowboys, the only certainty heading into Round 1 is uncertainty.

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Players' wishes ignored: FA boss criticises FIFA's decision to ban rainbow armbands

Football Australia CEO James Johnson admitted Australia would have like a rainbow armband option to be available for captains at the Women's World Cup but acknowledged the improvement made by FIFA from 2022 to 2023.

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Matildas call out FIFA's unequal prize money

The Matildas have called out FIFA's unequal prize money in a video released ahead of the Women's World Cup.


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