| Matila Waqanidrola|
| Fiji Netball Association|
Oceania Netball Federation
Fiji national netball team Wikipedia
The Fiji national netball team represents Fiji in international netball competition. Fiji have competed at five World Netball Championships, finishing sixth in their best placing at the 1999 tournament. They have also competed at two Commonwealth Games, and won the netball event at the South Pacific Games for a number of years. They have won gold at every games since 1991. They are also the current Pacific Champions, winning the all Pacific Series since its inception.
As of 31 October 2014, the Fijian team are seventh in the IFNA World Rankings. They were captained by Matila Waqanidrola, and coached by Gabriel Qoro and Unaisi Rokoura.
The Fiji National Netball Team are now known as the Fiji Pearls after securing their sponsorship in May 2013 with The Pearl South Pacific Resort. The Fiji Pearls are currently under the coaching guidance of Unaisi Rokoura and new team manager, Sitiveni Cama Rabuka. The Fiji Pearls hosted 5th ranked Malawi to a 2-test match in Suva on 2 and 4 November 2013.