Siren exclusive: Hannah Mundy signs for Melbourne Vixens

Melbourne Vixens are excited to announce their signing of Hannah Mundy for two years. Erin Delahunty spoke with Mundy about her roots, and career progression. Hannah Mundy jokes that she and her mother, three-time netball world champion Shelley O’Donnell, “don’t really talk feelings”. But this afternoon—when it’s announced 20-year-old Mundy has signed with Super Netball …

#WitnessFearless: How PUMA and Vixens have teamed up to promote women’s sport

PUMA and the Melbourne Vixens are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to supporting women in sport with the #WitnessFearless campaign. A rally cry. A challenge. A statement.  Puma and the Melbourne Vixens’ latest collaboration is all the above. A continuation of the ‘No Glamour Here’ video that so electrified the …

Netball Victoria’s Rosie King on leadership, allowing others to shine and the value of sport

It’s a Tuesday morning when I pick up the phone to speak to Rosie King, the CEO of Netball Victoria. I won’t lie, I’m a little nervous. Not only is King the CEO of Netball Victoria, she’s also on the Paralympics Australia board and has previously worked at the Geelong Football Club and for Sport …

Melbourne Vixen Kate Moloney on leadership, playing alongside your heroes and the changing landscape of women’s sport

In the 1930s, the All-Australian Women’s Basketball* Association passed a motion requiring players to be silent during games. Melbourne Vixens’ captain Kate Moloney laughs when I tell her this story.  ‘I wouldn’t have survived,’ she says. Kate Moloney is famously vocal on court, constantly encouraging her teammates. And then there’s her signature point and clap …