As netball tries to move on from its past failures, it should do more during its First Nations Round than just pay lip service

Over the next two weeks, Super Netball will celebrate its sixth First Nations Round, coinciding with National Reconciliation Week from May 27 to June 3.

The sport has a complicated relationship with First Nations culture, having been openly criticised in recent years for its treatment of Indigenous people, and…

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