Super Netball will return to WA in April with West Coast Fever to play Sunshine Coast Lightning in two pre-season clashes in Kalgoorlie.
The last time the Australian Diamonds played, Verity Charles watched on as the MC. Now she’s preparing for the possibility of making her international debut.
West Coast Fever assistant coach Belinda Reynolds has expressed her interest in the team’s top job, which will be vacated by Stacey Marinkovich at the end of the season.
West Coast Fever star Jess Anstiss says she feels better prepared to pull on the Australian dress for the first time.
West Coast Fever star Courtney Bruce says it would be an honour to captain Australia, but her first focus was on playing her role for the team.
West Coast Fever chair Suzanne Ardagh is confident the club won’t lose any sponsors or partners, including the West Coast Eagles as part of the fallout from it’s salary cap scandal.
Former West Coast Fever coach Sue Gaudion has been announced as the club’s general manager of pathways and performance.
West Coast Fever have finally come clean, admitting fleet cars, jobs, accommodation and travel were deliberately provided outside the salary cap. READ THE FULL LETTER HERE
West Coast Fever fans are set to see their team play a full seven games at RAC Arena as as Super Netball looks to return to a normal 14-week home and away season, plus three weeks of finals.
The West Coast Eagles have been caught up in a major netball scandal with revelations jobs at the AFL powerhouse club were part of a range of compliance breaches relating to ‘third party payments’.
West Coast Fever recruit Sasha Glasgow says she never questioned her decision to move west, despite her new club being embroiled in the biggest scandal in Super Netball history.
West Coast Fever’s board are in possession of a document which outlines who was responsible and who knew of the club’s salary cap breaches — one of the largest administrative scandals in WA sport.
Sport and Recreation Minister Mick Murray has called for those who orchestrated West Coast Fever’s salary cap scandal to take responsibility and reveal themselves to the public.
A defiant Stacey Marinkovich says she never contemplated quitting as West Coast Fever or Australian coach after the Super Netball club’s incredible salary cap breach was revealed last year.
West Coast Fever are still refusing to reveal whether those who orchestrated the salary cap rort are still working at the club and instead are asking their members to trust it won’t happen again.
Emma Cosh was a teacher and State league goal attack to start 2020. Now she’s the favoured wing attack for the West Coast Fever in 2021.
State Government officials have met with senior members of Netball WA and West Coast Fever as they seek answers into the salary cap scandal which has engulfed the club.
Netball WA have refused to reveal why they boosted employee payments by more than $1 million in 2019 amidst a salary cap scandal.
West Coast Fever “can’t wait” for star shooter Jhaniele Fowler to return to Perth after she claimed a third successive Super Netball Player of the Year Award.
West Coast Fever have continued their hard stance on not revealing who was responsible for the undisclosed contracts which saw the club breach the salary cap.
West Coast Fever and Super Netball officials revealed a lot of details, but left off the most important one — who is responsible for the club’s salary cap breaches.
West Coast Fever’s salary cap breach just got worse, with the State Government demanding answers as to where the money came from.
As a netball fan, I am disappointed in the Fever. As a netball player, I am disgusted by the Fever.
West Coast Fever were today handed the most significant penalty in Super Netball history after breaching the salary cap in 2018 and 2019. Here’s what it means.
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