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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    Noeline Taurua's grand plan continuing following Silver Ferns' 47-45 semi-final win over England at netball World Cup

    Noeline Taurua's grand plan is continuing to take shape following the Silver Ferns' 47-45 semi-final win over England at the netball World Cup in England


    New Zealand will now face Australia in tomorrow morning's final.

    Taurua only took the reins of the Silver Ferns less than 11 months ago after replacing Janine Southby.

    Taurua says while she's not surprised by their progression, it was a case of seeing if they could actually do it.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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