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New World Netball World Championships – Free to use images

Images from the final day of the New World Netball World Championships. The images are free for editorial use only.
Mandatory Credit: Michael Bradley.


Malawi's Sylvia Malenga celebrates winning the Malawi v South Africa match with team mates at the New World Netball World Champs held at Trusts Stadium Auckland New Zealand.


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Jamaica's Nadine Bryan and England's Amanda Newton in action during the Jamaica v England match at the New World Netball World Champs held at Trusts Stadium Auckland New Zealand.


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Jamaica's Sasher-Gaye Henry and England's Karen Atkinson in action during the Jamaica v England match at the New World Netball World Champs held at Trusts Stadium Auckland New Zealand.


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Cook Islands Celeste Brunton and Samoa's Frances Solia in action during the Samoa v Cook Islands match at the New World Netball World Champs held at Trusts Stadium Auckland New Zealand.


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