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Naomi the Netball Fairy




Race Fairy
Gender ♀ Female
Series Sporty Fairies
Magical Item(s) / Animal(s) Netball
Symbol(s) White netballs

Naomi the Netball Fairy (U.S. name: Brittany the Basketball Fairy) is the third fairy in the Sporty Fairies series.

Fairy Profile from the Official RM Facebook Page

Naomi appears in a wave of purple sparkles. When She uses her wand it creates a dazzling trail of purple sparkles and tiny netballs. Her Magic Netball helps keep all the sporty games fair and square in spite of the goblins constant attempts at cheating. Naomi excels at team work and strategy. She recognizes that while everyone isn't good at everything, each member of a team has different talents that can be combined to create a winning formula for success. She'll never leave anyone watching from the sidelines.


Naomi has light-coloured skin with blonde hair pulled into bunches by light blue ribbons and purple headband. She wears a purple shirt with a blue collar, blue skirt with a purple hemline and purple trainers and netball pendant. Her wings are pointy and purple tinted. 

Symbol: White netballs.

Magic Object/Job:

Job: Making sure all netball games are fun and safe for everybody to play.

Magic Object: A glittering white Netball, which makes sure the netball games at the Olympics are fun and played fairly. 


  • It is thought that netball is similar to basketball. 
Do you like Naomi?

The poll was created at 17:19 on January 10, 2016, and so far 12 people voted.

v - e - d
Main: Kirsty Tate ~ Rachel Walker

Sporty Fairies: Helena the Horseriding Fairy ~ Francesca the Football Fairy ~ Zoe the Skating Fairy ~ Naomi the Netball Fairy ~ Samantha the Swimming Fairy ~ Alice the Tennis Fairy ~ Gemma the Gymnastics Fairy
Fairyland: King Oberon ~ Queen Titania ~ Jack Frost ~ Goblins
Human world: Mr Walker ~ Mrs Walker ~ Abbie ~ Vivian

Human world: Tippington Town

Fairyland: Fairyland Palace ~ Ice Castle

Narinder Dhami ~ Sue Mongredien