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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    Performing in sync a key improvement area for Silver Ferns in Liverpool

    Performing in sync is a key area of improvement for the Silver Ferns ahead of the next match of their netball World Cup campaign in Liverpool


    New Zealand breezed past Malawi in their tournament opener and will face Barbados tonight.

    Silver Ferns assistant coach Deb Fuller says when their timing was on they were fantastic, but when it wasn't the synergy wasn't quite right.

    She says timing's a big thing in netball and being able to click into the way others play is important.

    Centre pass is at 10pm.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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