Catch up on all the Suncorp Super Netball training partner signings that have been announced so far for the 2022 season.
The NSW Swifts have reloaded during the Super Netball Signing Period and are ready to try and defend their 2021 premiership.
The Suncorp Super Netball Signing Period is over, and the rosters are set for 2022. Which new additions will make a difference?
As the Suncorp Super Netball signing period hurtles towards its conclusion, the picture for the 2022 season is starting to become clearer.
Kelly Singleton will join the NSW Swifts as the final member of their 2022 squad for their premiership defence.
Allie Smith is on the move from Melbourne, with the NSW Swifts announcing she has signed a one-year contract with the club.
Tayla Fraser and Teigan O’Shannassy are the latest players to sign on with the NSW Swifts for their premiership defence.
The NSW Swifts have announced that shooting duo Helen Housby and Sam Wallace will be returning to the Premiers for two more seasons.
After a frantic week of signings, there are still more questions than answers about Super Netball in 2022.
The NSW Swifts will be full of new faces in 2022 as they take on their premiership defence, after three key players announced their departures.
The NSW Swifts have secured their defensive end for a further two years with the re-signings of Sarah Klau and Maddy Turner.
Swifts championship co-captains Paige Hadley and Maddy Proud have put pen to paper, re-signing until the end of 2023.
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?
The Super Netball contracting period will have plenty of player movement. Much of the intrigue will be about where the shooters all end up.
Which training partners will make their way into the main squads in 2022? Our netball writers have chosen one player from each team who might make the jump.
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