Catch up on all the Suncorp Super Netball training partner signings that have been announced so far for the 2022 season.
The Giants fell just short in the 2021 Suncorp Super Netball season, but armed with new signings, the team is ready for another tilt at a first premiership.
The Suncorp Super Netball Signing Period is over, and the rosters are set for 2022. Which new additions will make a difference?
Giants Netball has locked in its season 2022 line-up with 19-year-old Matisse Letherbarrow securing her first official Super Netball playing contract.
Amy Sligar has been awarded her first Suncorp Super Netball contract, penning a one-year deal with Giants Netball for 2022.
Former NSW Swift Lauren Moore has signed with Giants Netball, completing the team’s defensive line-up for 2022
As the Suncorp Super Netball signing period hurtles towards its conclusion, the picture for the 2022 season is starting to become clearer.
Maddie Hay has secured a two-year deal with the Giants, after cementing herself as a dominant wing attack in the 2021 season.
Amy Parmenter has put pen to paper, re-signing with Giants Netball for another two seasons.
After playing an arguably career-best season, Jo Harten will remain in orange for the next two years, determined to bring home the club’s inaugural premiership.
Giants Netball have today announced that promising young defender Matilda McDonell will remain at the club for a further two seasons.
Giants Netball have today confirmed that star shooter Sophie Dwyer will remain in orange until the end of season 2023.
After a frantic week of signings, there are still more questions than answers about Super Netball in 2022.
Inaugural SSN star Sam Poolman has called time on her Super Netball Career, after playing 100 games across the Giants and the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
With the Suncorp Super Netball signing period upon us, there are plenty of questions about which defenders will sign where. Who will stay and who will go?
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