|Full name||Belinda Louise Colling|
12 September 1975 |
Cromwell, New Zealand
In National Bank Cup netball, she played first for the Otago Rebels (1998–2000), before moving to the Canterbury Flames in 2001. She played with the Christchurch-based side until initially retiring in 2005, moving to Scotland with husband Charlie Hore for his rugby career.
She returned to New Zealand and the National Bank Cup in 2006 and played for the seven time-winning Southern Sting. But later that year she announced her retirement for a second time, expecting the birth of her second child.
Colling comes from a sporting background. Her uncle, Lin Colling, was a New Zealand rugby representative. He and several of Belinda's other relatives represented Otago Rugby Football Union at provincial level. Her husband is Charlie Hore, a rugby union player for Otago.
- New Zealand Olympic Committee profile: Belinda Colling[permanent dead link]. Retrieved on 26 April 2009.
- "Belinda Colling Withdraws from Silver Ferns" (Press release). Netball New Zealand. 15 September 2006. Retrieved 26 April 2009.
- Hepburn, Steve (25 September 2009). "Hore returns to bolster backline". Otago Daily Times. Retrieved 25 March 2010.
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