This week was hotly contested on the defensive end, with multiple defensive players polling votes and missing out. It was a down week for midcourters, with few standouts.
To catch up on the major talking points of the weekend, check out Edge of the Crowd's weekly recap Unwrapped.
Goal Keeper: Shamera Sterling
Shamera Sterling just keeps on giving. Not even a calf scare could trouble her on the weekend, despite needing medical attention at three quarter time. Yet again, this spot was hotly contested by the Jamaican superstar stamped her name.
Sterling had nine gains, four rebounds and five pickups in a losing performance, but it wasn't for lack of trying. Her ability to disrupt Jo Harten and Sophie Dwyer led to two held balls and 16 forward half turnovers for the Giants, as she held the fort down for the Thunderbirds.
Goal Defence: Jodi-Ann Ward
Jodi-Ann Ward was once again a star for the Pies, as the Jamaican defender has come to life in 2023 in Super Netball. She tallied five gains and four deflections across the match, and made life hard for Mia Stower and Emily Moore.
When the pressure was on, and the Magpies came out firing in the third quarter, Ward intercepted three balls for the home side, as they dominated the quarter to blow out the match, in part on the back of a superb defensive effort, keeping the Firebirds to eight goals for the quarter.
Wing Defence: Amy Parmenter
Parmenter makes her return to the Team of the Week after a stunning performance for the Giants. The Thunderbirds turned over enough ball in the defensive end to win the match, but it was Parmenter's influence with four gains and four deflections that helped keep the Giants in the match.
She also had a key influence in forcing three held ball calls through the midcourt, as she used her pace to block Georgie Horjus and Maisie Nankivell from leading effectively. It was the kind of performance that will keep her in the frame for Diamonds selection.
Centre: Maddy Proud
Proud's numbers weren't as flashy last weekend, but it was her work in the early part of the match that didn't hit the scoreboard that made a big difference. Proud's play in helping shut down Jess Anstiss and Verity Simmons in the first half was key.
While Proud was feeding the circle, the Swifts went in at half time level with the Fever, a big shock to all, before helping force a changed midcourt by the Fever in the second half, drawing Sunday Aryang out to wing defence to try to curb Proud's and Paige Hadley's influence.
Wing Attack: Alice Teague-Neeld
Alice Teague-Neeld had a slower start to the day, but to finish with 46 feeds and 32 goal assists is an outstanding performance. Teague-Neeld worked through a tough start against Allie Smith, but came into her own, and worked nicely with Sasha Glasgow in the second half to finish with a strong performance.
In just over a season, Teague-Neeld has become one of the most dynamic wing attack players in the league, and a key linchpin to Dan Ryan's Fever attack that has been so potent.
Goal Attack: Kiera Austin
Austin has started the season on a tear, in her second year back from a torn ACL. Austin was instrumental in the middle, with 22 centre pass receives, almost more than the rest of the team combined.
She also had 18 goals, a super shot and six goal assists, working well with Mwai Kumwenda in the circle. As is often the case with Austin, it was also her defensive work, with a gain to her name as well, stifling a potential transition goal.
Goal Shooter: Jhaniele Fowler
Fowler is the six time reigning Player of the Year, and for good reason. She is almost impossible to keep down, even when the Fever are not at their best.
Fowler finished with 55 goals from 57 attempts, including one of two super shots. It was a strong performance, and Briony Akle after the game noted how the Swifts had focussed on winning the ball further down the court, to try and keep the ball away from Fowler - because once she gets it, a goal is almost inevitable.
Jenner was key for the Fever, helping change the course of the match and taking the match away from the Swifts. Her ability to challenge Helen Housby and Sophie Fawns was a key part of the Fever's ability to slow down the Swifts' shooting circle.
Eddy was a literal game-changer for the Vixens in their win over the Lightning. Introduced in the second half, Eddy helped to stifle Annie Miller, and eventually forced a positional swap as the Vixens took control of the match to run out winners.
Cardwell showed that she has adjusted well to life in Super Netball, with another dominant showing in the circle for the Thunderbirds. Playing both positions across the match, Cardwell showed her versatility and her ability to be the key attack player for the Thunderbirds in their close loss to the Giants.
Honourable Mentions: Sarah Klau, Kadie-Ann Dehaney, Maddie Hay, Sasha Glasgow
Klau and Dehaney again suffer from the backlog of players in the goal keeper bib who put their hands up for the Team of the Week. This spot is the most competitive each week, as superstars around the league put their hand up with outstanding performances.
Hay and Glasgow both worked into the game, and had strong second half performances, capitalising on tactical changes to their matchups to help drag their side to a victory.
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