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Vodafone Silver Ferns Welcome Home’ reception


Moving Auckland Forward

Hon John Banks QSO
Mayor of Auckland City

23 July 2003

‘Vodafone Silver Ferns Welcome Home’ reception: tomorrow’s details

12.00 noon: Vodafone Silver Ferns team, coach and management (squad) enter Aotea Square from Queen Street. They walk across the Square on red carpet.

12.05: MC Stacey Daniels welcomes the squad onto the stage and introduces them.

12.07: National Anthem performed by Lapi Mariner.

12.11: MC introduces speakers.

12.13: Mayor Hon John Banks welcomes and congratulates players on behalf of Auckland City.

12.16: Kereyn Smith – Netball New Zealand Chair to speak.

12.19: Tim Miles - Vodafone New Zealand Managing Director to speak.

12.22: MC interviews coach Ruth Aitken and some players.

12.28: MC concludes with a rousing send off for the squad.

12.30: Confetti cannons are fired over the stage area.

12.32: Vodafone Silver Ferns squad exit on red carpet across Aotea Square and through the crowd to their awaiting bus on Queen Street.

12.40 - 1.00: Unity Pacific Reggae Band perform.


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