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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    A great first half for Silver Ferns to demolish Northern Ireland 77-28 at Netball World Cup

    A great first half, but things to work on in the second spell for the Silver Ferns after demolishing Northern Ireland 77-28 at netball's World Cup


    The game was wrapped up after two 22-goal quarters gave New Zealand a 44-11 halftime advantage.

    Captain Laura Langman says their second half wasn't quite as good, winning the last two quarters 33-17.

    She says that's a fall down in her leadership.

    The Silver Ferns face Australia tomorrow night to determine semi-final seeding.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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