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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    The success keeps flowing for Noeline Taurua and Laura Langman

    The success keeps flowing for Noeline Taurua and Laura Langman


    The Silver Ferns coach and captain have won the Australian domestic netball minor premiership with the Sunshine Coast Lightning.

    They'll face the New South Wales Swifts in next week's major semi final.

    Taurua this week announced she'll be leaving the Lightning at the end of the season.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Netball News
     16 Sep: Silver Ferns coach Noeline Taurua's bid at a third successive Australian domestic netball title has fallen short
     15 Sep: Laura Langman's not surprised to see one of her Silver Ferns teammates on the other side of the court for today's Australian Super netball final
     12 Sep: The war of words has begun between two Silver Ferns veterans
     09 Sep: The Australian domestic netball final will feature some prominent New Zealanders
     08 Sep: She may be one of netball's veterans, but Katrina Rore's continuing to be tested in her newest environment
     06 Sep: Silver Ferns coach Noeline Taurua's ignored injury concerns in selecting her squad for next month's Constellation Cup
     06 Sep: The bulk of World Cup winning side named in 16 strong Silver Ferns squad for Constellation Cup series against Australia
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