Vixens retain young group

The Melbourne Vixens have retained six of their talented young stars from this year heading into the new netball league in 2017. Liz Watson, Kate Moloney, Jo Weston, Chloe Watson, Emma Ryde and Emily Mannix are all returning the Vixens for 2017 despite the team losing many of their experienced players. The Vixens have lost … Read more

Collingwood unveils new netball team

The Collingwood Football Club have today unveiled their inaugural team in the new national league, complete with the new name, logo and a star-studded team line-up. In front of a packed room of media, junior netballers and special guests, Collingwood President Eddie McGuire spoke of the importance of having a club for everyone and introduced … Read more

Things heating up in ANZ Championship finals

The last ever ANZ Championship finals series is underway, with four teams taking place in the do-or-die elimination finals. The first round of the finals showed a distinct jump from the first and second placed teams in each country, to the third placed teams, with the margins from the weekend’s two games blowing out to … Read more

Vale, Muhammed Ali

“Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”, so said the entertaining heavy-weight boxer Muhammed Ali. He also professed, “I am the greatest, I said that even before I knew I was”. The man born Cassius Clay would go on to win 56 boxing matches and lose only five before retiring in 1981. Despite his … Read more

Vixens sneak into top three after defeating Fever

The Melbourne Vixens have entered the top three of the Australian conference after a gutsy, come-from-behind win over the formerly third-placed West Coast Fever, 54 – 53. The Vixens, who trailed for nearly the entire match, have taken over Fever’s spot in the top three, meaning that they are currently placed to proceed to the … Read more

Swifts too good again

The Melbourne Vixens have been beaten at home, succumbing to the NSW Swifts for the second time this year, 59 – 51. The Vixens have now lost the last five games against the Swifts, and have lost the Sargeant – McKinnis Cup for the second year in a row. The Vixens were able to run … Read more

Vixens record massive win in Robinson’s 100th game

The Melbourne Vixens have made it two wins in a row against New Zealand teams, after defeating the Mainland Tactix 69 – 48 in captain Madison Robinson’s 100th ANZ Championship game. After defeating the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic convincingly last week, the Vixens continued their good form to secure two wins in a row. … Read more

Vixens young shooters gaining experience

The Melbourne Vixens young attacking line have shone in their 57 – 34 win over the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic. The Vixens are missing their two star shooters, with Tegan Philip out for the season with a serious knee injury whilst Karyn Bailey has missed the last two games after injuring her foot. These injuries … Read more

Multicultural Race Day

The Werribee Racing Club held its annual Multicultural Race Day on the 2nd of April 2016, with a fantastic array of international food vendors, music, performances, international stalls, and of course a full day of horse racing. The event highlighted not only our nation’s multicultural influences, but also the incredibly authentic and diverse cultures of … Read more

A new Ice Age?

The Melbourne Ice have got their 2016 campaign off to a winning start in the Australian Ice Hockey League. They defeated the Melbourne Mustangs 3-0, in front of a sold out crowd at the O’Brien Group Arena in the first Melbourne Derby for the year. At the end of the second, the Ice were up … Read more