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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    The roar of the thundersticks are welcome again when the Silver Ferns meet the Diamonds in tomorrow's final Constellation Cup netball match at Christchurch

    The roar of the thundersticks are welcome again when the Silver Ferns meet the Diamonds in tomorrow's final Constellation Cup netball match at Christchurch


    Crowd restrictions will be lifted, but not for today's third instalment under alert level two from 4.15pm.

    Netball New Zealand boss Jennie Wyllie says players will get an extra boost.

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     24 Mar: A Southern Steel netball stalwart is being pushed out of her comfort zone
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