Netball

'We have to fix a lot of things'

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @ The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Friday, July, 19 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — After Jamaica's Sunshine Girls were eliminated from medal contention at the Netball World Cup, Assistant Coach Winston Nevers said changes are required if performances are to improve on the court. Read More

Marvette Anderson contemplates getting sacked

Thursday, July, 18 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica's head coach Marvette Anderson says she accepts that her head could be on the chopping block after the Sunshine Girls disastrously missed out on a semi-final place at the 2019 Netball World Cup. Read More

Jamaica coast to easy 67-36 win over Scotland

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @ The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Thursday, July, 18 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica regrouped after recent disappointment at the Netball World Cup to spank Scotland 67-36 inside M&S Bank Arena yesterday. Read More

Sunshine Girls face Scotland for consolation place

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @ The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Wednesday, July, 17 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica's players and coaching staff, hit hard by back-to-back losses at the Netball World Cup, are putting on a brave face as they look to take consolation at the tournament. Read More

Lack of concentration led to Girls' downfall, says Molly Rhone

Wednesday, July, 17 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Former netball Jamaica president Molly Rhone says lack of concentration is the major reason for the Sunshine Girls' capitulation at the Netball World Cup. Read More

My apology!

Wednesday, July, 17 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — In the space of two disastrous days for Jamaica at the 2019 Netball World Cup, the number two-ranked Sunshine Girls are on the outside looking in. Read More

'We'll be fine'

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica captain Jhaniele Fowler said all is not lost for the current crop of players, despite back-to-back losses that have virtually killed chances of a podium finish at the 2019 Netball World Cup. Read More

Jamaica's Bernard lays out vision for netball in the Americas

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica's Marva Bernard, president of Americas Federation of Netball Associations (AFNA), says a major goal is to bring the sport to the doorsteps of more countries in the region. Read More

Disaster!

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Medal hopes for the Jamaica's Sunshine Girls has almost been extinguished, after they were outplayed in a 48-56 defeat to the hosts England Roses in Group G, yesterday. Read More

Photos: Jamaica vs England

Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

Jamaica goal defence Stacian Facey (right) and England goal schooter Joanne Harten (2nd right) battle for the ball during Group G of their Netball World Cup match at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England, yesterday. England won 56-48. (Photos: Collin Reid courtesy of Courts, JTB,... Read More

Photo: Rising above the challenge

Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

Jamaica's Vangelee Williams climbs high for ball ahead of England's Helen Housby in their Group G match of the Netball World Cup at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England, yesterday. England won 56-48. (Photo: Collin Reid courtesy of Courts, JTB, Alliance Investments, Dairy Industries,... Read More

Photo: DARK CLOUDS

Tuesday, July, 16 2019    

Jamaica centre Nicole Dixon (right) goes high above England wing-defence Jade Clarke during their Group G match of the Netball World Cup at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England, yesterday. England won 56-48 to push Jamaica to the brink of not progressing to the semi-finals. (Photo:... Read More

Outgoing INF president Molly Rhone regaled as visionary leader

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @ The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Sunday, July, 14 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaican Molly Rhone was described as a pioneer and a visionary during Thursday's function to celebrate her time as head of the International Netball Federation (INF). Read More

Class act

Sanjay Myers Sport Reporter @ The Netball World Cup In Liverpool, England | Sunday, July, 14 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Jamaica won their second game in a row at the Netball World Cup, beating Caribbean rivals Trinidad and Tobago 68-43 yesterday. Read More

Sunshine Girls brace for South Africa challenge

BY SANJAY MYERS Senior staff reporter myerss@jamaicaobserver.com | Sunday, July, 14 2019    

LIVERPOOL, England — Stage one of the preliminaries ends today with a tantalising clash between Group C front-runners Jamaica and South Africa inside M&S Bank Arena.Match time is 5:00 pm (11:00 am Jamaica time). Read More



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