Dame Noeline Taurua, Sir Steve Hansen and more have come together to work with a not-for-profit organisation to tackle the issue that's become embedded in our sporting culture.
The Kiwi shooters missed just three of their 78 shots in the 75-35 win as Jamaica's starting seven ran out of gas after a rough week.
Jamaica's coach Connie Francis - who may have to play tonight - vowed the situation "will never happen again".
After getting caught up in the moment during her first national anthem as a Silver Fern, the defender came out and had a blinder for her family and country.
The Silver Ferns put on a relentless display across the entire court to win the first Taini Jamison Trophy Test comfortably in Auckland.
Connie Francis will complete the makeshift roster for the Sunshine Girls as the two nations compete in the Taini Jamison Trophy series which starts tonight.
Silver Ferns coach Dame Noeline Taurua says "we're all on" for the first Test in Auckland tonight.
With only seven of Jamaica's 12 players in New Zealand, Netball NZ has helped the Sunshine Girls find bench cover.
Seven of the 12-strong team arrived in Aotearoa ahead of the start of the two-Test series against the Silver Ferns this Wednesday.
The series will now consist of two matches to be played at Eventfinda Stadium in Auckland next week.
Netball NZ said the two games meant to take place in Hamilton will be rescheduled to a later date in Auckland to provide some certainty.
The Jamaicans were scheduled to reach NZ on Friday but their arrival has been delayed due to the team not receiving their passports back in the US.
The Jamaican side named to meet the Silver Ferns in a three Test series starting this Saturday, will be missing several of its stars.
She headlines the NZ team named to compete against Jamaica in this month's Taini Jamison Trophy.
Dame Noeline Taurua said she has a solid foundation to work off following her side's Commonwealth Games bronze medal in Birmingham.
Captain Gina Crampton has been given a sabbatical for the remainder of the year, meaning a new skipper will be required.
The Silver Ferns bounced back from a 16-point defeat to Jamaica in the semi-finals to win bronze against England.
A day on from their humbling loss to Jamaica, the Silver Ferns bounced back to take bronze over the gutted hosts thanks in part to the introduction of two new players to their lineup.
A horror first quarter and perfect evening of shooting from Jamaica has seen the Silver Ferns taken down 67-51 in Birmingham.
The series begins on October 12 at Auckland's Spark Arena.