The netball legend will return to the Queensland Firebirds for the 2018 Super Netball season after missing this year’s campaign following the birth of her son Barney in February. It is no casual farewell lap either. Geitz wants to recapture – and surpass – the form that saw the goal keeper lead the Firebirds to three trans-Tasman titles and the Australian Diamonds to Commonwealth Games and World Cup glory. Geitz said she would be “having a red-hot crack’’.
Firebirds skipper Gabi Simpson won the coveted Liz Ellis Diamond which is awarded for the most outstanding performance by an Australian player across the international and domestic stages. Sunshine Coast captain Geva Mentor was also in the spotlight after winning the Suncorp Super Netball Player of the Year gong after leading the Lightning to victory in the inaugural grand final last weekend.
Netball Australia will on Monday announce that the 2018 season will not begin until after the Commonwealth Games in late April. The governing body canvassed the possibility of starting the season in February — like this year — and taking a break during the Games. But with so many international stars from the Super Netball competition set to play in one of the marquee events on the Gold Coast, Netball Australia opted to sit tight.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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