The following is a list of medal winners at the Commonwealth Games netball tournament.

Commonwealth Games medallists

1998

Gold Silver Bronze
 Australia
Coach: Jill McIntosh
 New Zealand
Coach:
 England
Coach:
Carissa Tombs
Liz Ellis
Jenny Borlase
Janine Ilitch
Kathryn Harby-Williams
Nicole Cusack
Rebecca Sanders
Simone McKinnis
Shelley O'Donnell
Sarah Sutter
Sharelle McMahon
Vicki Wilson
Anna Rowberry
Belinda Blair
Belinda Colling
Bernice Mene
Donna Loffhagen
Joanne Steed
Julie Dawson
Lesley Nicol
Linda Vagana
Lorna Suafoa
Noeline Taurua
Sonya Hardcastle
Amanda Newton
Fiona Murtagh
Hellen Manufor
Joanne Zinzan
Karen Aspinall
Lisa Stanley
Lorraine Law
Lucia Sdao
Lyn Carpenter
Naomi Siddall
Olivia Murphy
Tracey Neville


2002

Gold Silver Bronze
 Australia
Coach: Jill McIntosh
 New Zealand
Coach:
 Jamaica
Coach:
Alexandra Hodge
Alison Broadbent
Catherine Cox
Liz Ellis
Eloise Southby
Jacqui Delaney
Janine Ilitch
Kathryn Harby-Williams
Nicole Richardson
Peta Squire
Rebecca Sanders
Sharelle McMahon
Anna Rowberry
Anna Veronese
Belinda Colling
Daneka Wipiiti
Donna Loffhagen
Irene van Dyk
Jenny-May Coffin
Julie Seymour
Lesley Nicol
Linda Vagana
Sheryl Clarke
Vilimaina Davu
Elaine Davis
Georgia Gordon
Kaydia Kentish
Nadine Ffrench
Nadine Bryan
Nichala Gibson
Oberon Pitterson
Sharmalee Watkins
Sharon Wiles
Simone Forbes
Tasha Morgan
Tiffannie Wolfe


2006

Gold Silver Bronze
 New Zealand
Coach:
 Australia
Coach: Norma Plummer
 England
Coach: Margaret Caldow
Leana de Bruin
Belinda Colling
Vilimaina Davu
Temepara George
Laura Langman
Jessica Tuki
Anna Rowberry
Anna Scarlett
Maria Tutaia
Irene Van Dyk
Casey Williams
Adine Wilson
Megan Dehn
Natalie Avellino
Alison Broadbent
Bianca Chatfield
Catherine Cox
Susan Fuhrmann
Selina Gilsenan
Janine Ilitch
Sharelle McMahon
Susan Pratley
Jessica Shynn
Natalie von Bertouch
Ama Agbeze
Karen Atkinson
Louisa Brownfield
Jade Clarke
Pamela Cookey
Rachel Dunn
Chioma Ezeogu
Geva Mentor
Sonia Mkoloma
Olivia Murphy
Naomi Stenhouse
Abby Teare

Source:[1][2]


2010

Gold Silver Bronze
 New Zealand
Coach: Ruth Aitken
 Australia
Coach: Norma Plummer
 England
Coach: Maggie Jackson
Liana Leota
Leana de Bruin
Temepara George
Katrina Grant
Joline Henry
Laura Langman
Grace Rasmussen
Anna Scarlett
Maria Tutaia
Irene van Dyk
Casey Williams
Daneka Wipiiti
Rebecca Bulley
Catherine Cox
Laura Geitz
Susan Fuhrmann
Mo'onia Gerrard
Kimberlee Green
Renae Hallinan
Sharelle McMahon
Natalie Medhurst
Lauren Nourse
Susan Pratley
Natalie von Bertouch
Karen Atkinson
Sara Bayman
Eboni Beckford-Chambers
Louisa Brownfield
Jade Clarke
Pamela Cookey
Rachel Dunn
Stacey Francis
Tamsin Greenway
Joanne Harten
Geva Mentor
Sonia Mkoloma


2014

Gold Silver Bronze
 Australia
Coach: Lisa Alexander
 New Zealand
Coach: Wai Taumaunu
 Jamaica
Coach: Minneth Reynolds
Caitlin Thwaites
Caitlin Bassett
Madison Robinson
Tegan Caldwell
Bianca Chatfield
Laura Geitz
Julie Corletto
Kimberlee Green
Renae Hallinan
Sharni Layton
Natalie Medhurst
Kim Ravaillion
Liana Leota
Jodi Brown
Leana de Bruin
Shannon Francois
Katrina Grant
Ellen Halpenny
Anna Harrison
Joline Henry
Casey Kopua
Laura Langman
Cathrine Latu
Maria Tutaia
Romelda Aiken
Nicole Aiken-Pinnock
Shanice Beckford
Stacian Facey
Jhaniele Reid
Thristina Harwood
Sasher-Gaye Henry
Malysha Kelly
Khadijah Williams
Paula Thompson
Vangelee Williams
Kasey Evering


2018

Gold Silver Bronze
 England
Coach: Tracey Neville
 Australia
Coach: Lisa Alexander
 Jamaica
Coach: Sasher-Gaye Henry
Ama Agbeze (c)
Eboni Beckford-Chambers
Jade Clarke
Beth Cobden
Kadeen Corbin
Jodie Gibson
Serena Guthrie
Joanne Harten
Natalie Haythornthwaite
Helen Housby
Geva Mentor
Chelsea Pitman
Caitlin Bassett (c)
April Brandley
Courtney Bruce
Laura Geitz
Susan Pettitt
Kim Ravaillion
Madison Robinson
Gabi Simpson
Caitlin Thwaites
Elizabeth Watson
Jo Weston
Stephanie Wood
Romelda Aiken
Shanice Beckford
Nicole Dixon
Stacian Facey
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid (c)
Rebekah Robinson
Shamera Sterling
Adean Thomas
Paula Thompson
Jodi-Ann Ward
Khadijah Williams
Vangelee Williams

Source:[3]


References

  1. ^ Lyon, Karen (11 February 2006). "Rollercoaster puts shooter in line of fire". www.smh.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2012.
  2. ^ "Netball Australia - Annual Report 06" (PDF). Netball Australia. Retrieved 9 September 2020.
  3. ^ "Women Netball Commonwealth Games Golden Goast, Australia 2018". www.todor66.com. Retrieved 5 January 2020.

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