With two familiar faces and two new ones, the Queensland Firebirds become the first team to announce training partners for 2022.
The Firebirds have made a defensive reshuffle over the off season, adding one of England’s best defenders alongside homegrown talent.
The Suncorp Super Netball Signing Period is over, and the rosters are set for 2022. Which new additions will make a difference?
The Super Netball Signing period has finished with a bang as the Firebirds signed former England captain Eboni Usoro-Brown.
Speedy midcourter Jemma Mi Mi has put pen to paper, staying in the purple dress for a sixth season.
Missing selection at vital points in her junior career, it hasn’t been an easy journey for Mia Stower. The young shooter is now ready to take her Super Netball opportunity with the Firebirds with both hands in 2022.
The Queensland Firebirds have announced that Diamonds sharpshooter Gretel Bueta will remain in purple until the end of 2023.
As the Suncorp Super Netball signing period hurtles towards its conclusion, the picture for the 2022 season is starting to become clearer.
The Queensland Firebirds have announced that homegrown duo Ruby Bakewell-Doran and Mia Stower have signed on for season 2022.
The Queensland Firebirds have announced that star shooter Romelda Aiken will remain in the purple for 2022, in what will be her 15th year at the club.
Entering her 10th season at the club, ever-reliable Gabi Simpson has signed on once again with the Queensland Firebirds.
Firebirds defender Tara Hinchliffe has chosen to depart the club in search of a new opportunity as she recovers from her ACL injury.
Exciting young Firebirds duo Lara Dunkley and Kim Jenner will remain in purple for 2022 after signing on with the club.
After a frantic week of signings, there are still more questions than answers about Super Netball in 2022.
The Queensland Firebirds have confirmed that up and coming duo Tippah Dwan and Rudi Ellis won’t return to Nissan Arena for next season.
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