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Sometimes when you lose, you actually win. That could be said of the NSW Swifts this week. The Swifts would have gained a lot of admirers and won over new fans following their gallant loss to reigning premiers the Adelaide Thunderbirds on Monday night.
Social media went into over-drive as the Mission Queensland Firebirds pulled off a thrilling one point win over the Melbourne Vixens, 48-47 in the dying seconds of the dramatic match in Melbourne.
Mission Queensland Firebirds Coach Roselee Jencke is calling on her centre court combinations to step up and take a leading role when they head south to challenge the Melbourne Vixens on Sunday…
Four times in the six previous seasons of the ANZ Championship, the Melbourne Vixens have been undefeated after their opening three matches.
Would you like to be the lucky fan who wins the chance to be the ball deliverer at the next Mission Queensland Firebirds home game, Sunday March 30 against the Mystics?
Star shooter Romelda Aiken is expected back on court this week after retiring hurt in the final quarter in the Mission Queensland Firebirds 48-55 loss to reigning ANZ Champions the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
Star shooter Romelda Aiken is expected back on court this week after retiring hurt in the final quarter of the much-anticipated Grand Final rematch, which saw the Mission Queensland Firebirds go down 48-55 to reigning ANZ Champions the Adelaide Thunderbirds.
The Mission Queensland Firebirds have backed themselves for a first home game win in the 2014 ANZ Championship season, a Grand Final rematch against the Adelaide Thunderbirds…
As if the Grand Final replay wasn’t already eagerly anticipated enough, the results of the opening round has given this match a bit of extra significance.