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Silver Ferns v S Africa: Tickets on sale 1 July

Fisher & Paykel International Netball Test Silver Ferns v South Africa

Tickets go on sale Saturday 1 July


The Silver Ferns will play their first game in New Zealand for 2006 in a one off test against South Africa on Monday 31 July at The Trusts Stadium in Waitakere, Auckland.

The Silver Ferns will play the fifth ranked South Africa netball team after returning from a two test series against Australia in Brisbane and Sydney, on 22 and 25 July respectively.

Tickets go on sale for the Fisher & Paykel International Netball Test at 10am tomorrow (Saturday 1 July) at Ticketek, and the Silver Ferns team for the Australian Tour and South African Test will be named on Monday 3 July.

Test Details:
Fisher & Paykel International Netball Test
Silver Ferns v South Africa
Date: Monday 31 July 2006, 8:30pm
Venue: The Trusts Stadium, Waitakere, Auckland

Tickets:
Ticketek phone 09 3075000, www.ticketek.com
$45 Adult
$25 Child 15 years or younger
$35 Beneficiary
Service fees apply


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