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College Netball Talent on Show in ANZ Championship

College Netball Talent on Show in ANZ Championship Curtain Raisers

3 February 2014

Netball New Zealand is pleased to confirm the draw for the 2014 College Netball competition which will run parallel to the ANZ Championship from March 3rd.

Twelve of the 18 College Netball matches will be televised on SKY Sport with those matches broadcbroach Monday night before the ANZ Championship game. The College Netball Grand Final will be at The Trusts Arena in Auckland prior to the ANZ Championship match between the Northern Mystics and West Coast Fever on Monday May 26.

SeedingUpper North Island (UNI)Lower North Island (LNI)South Island (SI)
1Mt Albert Grammar School (MAGS)St Mary’s College, Wellington
St Margaret’s College, Christchurch
2Baradene CollegeTu ToaSouth Otago High School
3Pukekohe High SchoolNew Plymouth Girls’ High School
Waimea College
4John Paul CollegeWellington East Girls’ CollegeChristchurch Girls’ High School
5Auckland Girls Grammar School (AGGS)Palmerston North Girls’ High SchoolSouthland Girls’ High School
6Westlake Girls High
School
Wanganui High SchoolCentral Southland College

The competition is played in a knock-out format and features 18 teams, six from the Upper North Island (UNI), six from the Lower North Island (LNI) and six from the South Island (SI). All teams are seeded within each group with the section winners and the second UNI team going through to the semi-final round. Mount Albert Grammar School (MAGS) are the defending College Netball champions.

Televised College Netball matches on SKY Sport:

Round 1 | March 3rd
St Mary’s College v Wanganui High School | Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua
Curtain raiser for Pulse v Thunderbirds

Round 2 | March 10th
Pukekohe High School v John Paul College | The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Curtain raiser for Mystics v Magic

Round 3 | March 16th
Baradene College v Auckland Girls’ Grammar | The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Curtain raiser for Mystics v Pulse

Round 4 | March 24th
Mount Albert Grammar v Westlake Girls’ H.S | The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Curtain raiser for Mystics v Thunderbirds

Round 5 | March 31st
Waimea College v Christchurch Girls’ HS | CBS Canterbury Arena, Chch
Curtain raiser for Tactix v Vixens

Round 6 | April 6th
South Otago HS v Southland Girls’ High School | ILT Stadium S’thland, Invercargill
Curtain raiser for Steel v Mystics

Round 7 | April 13th
UNI Winner G1 v Winner G2 | The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Curtain raiser for Mystics v Tactix

Round 9 | April 28th
SI Winner G1 v Winner G4 | CBS Canterbury Arena, Chch
Curtain raiser for Tactix v Mystics

Round 10 | May 5th
Winner G1 v Winner G4 | Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua
Curtain raiser for Pulse v Magic

Semi-Final 1 | May 11
Upper North Island 1 v South Island | TBC
Curtain raiser for Tactix v Pulse

Semi-Final 2 | May 18
Lower North Island v Upper North Island 2 | Arena Manawatu, Palmerston Nth
Curtain raiser for Pulse v Mystics

Grand Final | May 26
Winner Semi-Final 1 v Winner Semi-Final 2 | The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Curtain raiser for Mystics v Fever

It’s advisable to check local television listings for up-to date broadcast times and dates closer to the matches being played as all coverage is subject to change due to nature of live sport.

Non-televised College Netball Matches:
Tu Toa v Palmerston North Girls’ High School | Palmerston North
New Plymouth Girls’ HS v Wellington East Girls’ College | TBC
St Margret’s College v Central Southland College | Dunedin
SI: Winner G2 v Winner G3 | Christchurch or Dunedin
LNI: Winner G2 v Winner Game 3 | Wellington or Palmerston North
UNI: Winner G1 v Winner G4 | TBC

For more information, please go to www.mynetball.co.nz

ENDS

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