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Silver Ferns Tickets On Sale Monday

Silver Ferns Tickets On Sale Monday

Tickets to each of the four Silver Ferns home test matches in October will be available to the public for sale on Monday 28th July 2014

It’s a pinnacle year for the Silver Ferns with a busy test season looming after their Commonwealth Games campaign later this month. The team will contest four test matches in New Zealand in October, against both Australia and England.

With interest high, tickets are expected to be snapped up quickly, with price points to cater for most budgets.

The annual Constellation Cup as part of the New World Netball Series against the Australian Diamonds is expected to be as closely contested as ever, with each country hosting two test matches. The opening test of the four-match series will be played in Invercargill at ILT Stadium Southland on Thursday October 2nd with the fourth test in Auckland at The Trusts Arena on Wednesday October 15th.

The Silver Ferns will have almost two weeks to regroup before heading straight into the New World Netball Series for the Taini Jamison Trophy against England starting in Rotorua. It’s the first time England have played in New Zealand since the 2012 Quad Series.

The opening match will be played at the Energy Events Centre on Tuesday October 28 with the two-match Series wrapping up in Palmerston North on Friday, October 31 at Arena Manawatu.

Tickets for the Palmerston North test match can be purchased through Ticket Direct.

New World Netball Series for the Constellation Cup

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds – Test One
Thursday, October 2
ILT Stadium Southland, Invercargill
Tickets: Ticket Direct

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds – Test Four
Wednesday, October 15
The Trusts Arena, Auckland
Tickets: Ticket Direct

* Test Two will be played in Melbourne on October 8 with Test Three in Sydney on October 11.

New World Netball Series for the Taini Jamison Trophy

Silver Ferns v England
Test One
Tuesday, October 28
Energy Events Centre, Rotorua
Tickets: Ticketmaster

Silver Ferns v England
Test Two
Friday, October 31
Arena Manawatu, Palmerston North
Tickets: Ticket Direct

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