Adhering to instructions will be important for Clarendon Gaters’ aspirations in a tough assignment against defending champions Kingston Hummingbirds in Netball Jamaica’s Berger Elite League fixture at Leila Robinson Courts on Saturday, December 1, at 5:30 p.m (6:30 ECT).

St. Ann Orchids and St. Catherine Racers were similarly disappointed after they battled to a 39-all tie in Berger Elite League netball at Leila Robinson courts on Wednesday night.

Defending champions Kingston Hummingbirds and Manchester Spurs are set for a battle of the unbeaten when the Berger Elite League resumes on Saturday at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston.

Coach Christopher Smart is hoping that when the St. Catherine Racers take on the Kingston Hummingbirds on Wednesday night, they would have sorted their shooting issues.

The Jamaican government has given its commitment to the national senior netball team, who will be campaigning for its first world title at the IFNA World Cup in Liverpool, England next year.

Kingston Hummingbirds’ battling qualities saw them pull off a thrilling 47-45 victory over St. Ann Orchids in Tuesday night’s opening game of the Berger Elite League at Kingston’s Leila Robinson Courts.

At the conclusion of the 2018 Fast5 Netball World Series in Australia, Shamera Sterling did something no other defensive player had ever done before. She was voted Player of the Series.

Sunshine Girls goal defence Stacian Facey has signed to play with the Celtic Dragons when the Vitality Netball SuperLeague resumes in early 2019.

Captain Vangelee Williams believes the Sunshine Girls are inching ever closer to the likes of New Zealand, Australia and England, following their silver-medal finish in the recent Fast5 tournament in Australia.

Despite producing some of the best netball at the recently concluded Fast5 Netball World Series, Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls are not happy with the silver medal they earned in Melbourne Australia. 

Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls came up just short at the second time of asking against New Zealand, after going down 34-33 in the final of the 2018 Fast5 Netball World Series in Melbourne on Sunday.

Two wins and a loss on the first day of the Fast5 Netball World Series in Melbourne, Australia leave Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls with some work to do. 

Jamaica’s Sunshine girls completed a route of England’s Rose’s in their three Test series with a 58-43 victory at the National Indoor Sports Complex in Jamaica on Monday night. 

Jamaica's Sunshine Girls secured a 58-39 victory over England in Game 2 of their three-match netball series on Saturday night at the National Indoor Sports Centre to wrap up the series. 

Head coach of Jamaica’s netball team, the Sunshine Girls, has allayed fears that her top goal shooter Jhanielle Fowler-Reid might not be available for the next match against England’s Roses on Saturday because of injury.

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