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College Netball takes the court

College Netball takes the court


27 February 2014


New Zealand’s next generation of future Silver Ferns will be on show throughout the ANZ Championship season with the first College Netball match just days away.


St Mary’s College of Wellington will host Wanganui High School at Porirua’s Te Raurapaha Arena on Monday night as a precursor to the sold-out ANZ Championship match between the Haier Pulse and the visiting Adelaide Thunderbirds.


St Mary’s are the top seeded team within the group of six teams which make up the Lower North Island group in the College Netball competition. It is a knock-out format with the winner progressing through to the next round.


Please click here for team information regarding the St Mary's College, Wellington vs Wanganui High School match, which will be on SKY Sport 2 from 6pm, Monday 3 March.

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