New Zealand stunned defending champions and arch-rivals Australia with a 52-51 victory to win the Netball World Cup for the first time in 16 years in Liverpool.
New Zealand produced a superb display to defeat England 47-45 at the Netball World Cup and set up a final with 11-times champions Australia in English city Liverpool.
A last-gasp Maria Folau miss handed Australia a 50-49 victory in the Group F decider against New Zealand at the Netball World Cup in Liverpool today.
Australia and New Zealand’s participation in the Pacific Games is expected to grow further in future editions, Pacific Games Council (PGC) chief executive Andrew Minogue has revealed.
Eleven-times world champions Australia and New Zealand, the world’s number four side, booked their places in the Netball World Cup semi-finals in English city Liverpool tonight.
I’d like to start with an apology to my neighbours for the audible expletives which emanated from my living room yesterday as my Sky box decided the last over of England’s run chase in the Cricket World Cup final was the perfect time to stop working.
Australia and New Zealand's integration into the Pacific Games has continued with both nations becoming associate members of the Pacific Games Council (PGC).
England won the International Cricket Council Men's World Cup for the first time after beating New Zealand after the final at Lord's in London for the first time in history was decided by a super over after the match was tied with both teams having scored the same number of runs.
New Zealand reached the final of the International Cricket Council Men's World Cup as they survived a late rally from India's middle-order and held their nerve to complete a thrilling 18-run victory at Old Trafford in Manchester.