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Laura Langman

Laura Langman


After 18 months away from international netball, dynamic midcourter Laura Langman made a remarkable return in 2018 when she assumed the captaincy.

After making her Silver Ferns debut in 2005, Langman has fashioned an enviable record, including an incredible unbroken run of Tests since making her debut.

Renowned for her high work rate and energy levels, Langman has continued the push to be a better player. In 2016, she became the first current Silver Fern to play for an Australian team (the NSW Swifts) in the ANZ Championship.

Langman’s athleticism and never-say-die attitude have often proved game-changing attributes. Held in high esteem, Langman has gone on to become one of the most influential and respected midcourters in world Netball.

Capable of playing all three midcourt positions, Langman is blessed with dazzling speed and athleticism, the super-talented athlete being renowned for her all-round abilities on both attack and defence.

She has represented New Zealand at three Netball World Cups (2007, 2011, 2015) and three Commonwealth Games (2006, 2010, 2014).

Player # 133
Positions C, WD, WA
DOB 16/04/1986
Height 173cm
Test Caps 151
Debut 12/03/2005
vs England Roses

National Squads

  • Silver Ferns Squad: 2004-2014
  • Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist: 2006, 2010
  • Commonwealth Games Silver Medallist: 2014
  • World Netball Series Gold Medallist: 2009
  • FAST5 Netball World Series Gold Medallist: 2013
  • World Netball Championship Silver Medallist: 2007, 2011
  • New Zealand A: 2004
  • New Zealand U21: 2003-2005
  • World Youth Netball Championship Gold Medallist: 2005
  • NZA: 2004

Silver Ferns Debut

  • 14 November 2005: vs Barbados, at Goal Defence and Goal Keeper
  • The Arena, Kingston, Jamaica
  • Jamaican Tri-Series

Silver Ferns Milestones

  • 50th Test Match: vs Cook Islands playing Goal Defence,
  • 5 October 2010
  • Commonwealth Games
  • Dehli, India


  • ANZ Championship: Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic, 2008-2011
  • National Bank Cup: Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic, 2003-2007