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Podcasts emerge as a full force medium for communities to share content
and engage their tribe.

The Australian Infinite Dial Study commissioned in 2019
shows that online audio consumption is outpacing other mediums: check it out


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Listen on The Move | Cheryl Chambers Opals Assistant Coach
Australian Opals Asst Coach Cheryl Chambers chats about the Aussie campaign
at the FIBA Womens World Cup 2018 from Tenerife


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Shooting The Breeze

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Laying up a different take on the world of Womens professional basketball.

With the upcoming Womens World Cup 2022 to be staged in Sydney there is no better time!

Follow us on twitter: @theBreezePod

Plug in to Shooting the Breeze @theBreezePod for your fix of Aussie Womens Pro Basketball ahead of the FIBA ? Womens World Cup journey Australia 2022

The Netty Life

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When netball is life.

Join co-hosts Kate Cornish & Brittany Carter for your weekly one-stop shop for Super Netball analysis, sideline shenanigans and player insight. 

This podcast is proudly sponsored by Tribal Sport x Laura Geitz.

Follow us on Twitter: @TheNettyLife

Plug in to @TheNettyLife for your fix of Super Netball 2021 with co-hosts Kate Cornish and Brittany Carter ?

We’ve laid out some fresh tracks so give the music playlist a break and plug-in to these podcasts…

Shooting the breeze

the netty life

  • Round 13 was the second installment of First Nations Round, delivering two spectacular one-point matches as we […]
  • We can hardly contain our excitement because Round 12 has been and gone and we’ve got just […]
  • A week after parting ways with head coach Bec Bulley, the Queensland Firebirds bounced back with an […]
  • Netball chaos indeed…The past week sent fan speculation into overdrive as the Queensland Firebirds “mutually” parted ways […]
  • It’s a pivotal time in Super Netball with just five weeks left until finals.After round nine, the […]
  • Round 8 saw many of the league's top players sidelined with injury or illness and the Firebirds […]
  • Part one of First Nations round happened over round seven in the lead up to National Reconciliation […]
  • Round six threw up the league's first two-minute suspension of 2024 as Giant Jamie-Lee Price was sent […]
  • In round five, the West Coast Fever and Melbourne Vixens continued their unbeaten streak to remain ladder […]
  • Round three saw two matches where teams could only be separated by extra time.A Jamaican legend hit […]