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Be there when the Silver Ferns take on Australia

Be there when the Silver Ferns take on Australia

Media Update
Thursday 13 July, 2017

Netball’s greatest rivalry returns to New Zealand soil when the Silver Ferns host the Australian Diamonds in the Constellation Cup in October.

Tickets for the Constellation Cup will go on sale to the public at 12pm tomorrow, Friday 14 July and will be available to purchase via the Silver Ferns website.

The four-Test Series will see the Silver Ferns host the first two matches at Spark Arena, Auckland (October 5) and Horncastle Arena, Christchurch (October 8), before crossing the Tasman for two-Tests on Australian soil; Adelaide (October 11) and Sydney (October 14).

This will be the final chance to see the world’s two best Netball nations in action on New Zealand soil prior to the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

After strong ticket sales during this week’s exclusive SilverFans pre-sale, fans are encouraged to get in early to avoid disappointment with remaining tickets expected to be snapped up quickly.

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds
Date: Thursday 5 October
Venue: Vector Arena, Auckland

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds
Date: Sunday 8 October
Venue: Horncastle Arena, Christchurch

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds
Date: Wednesday 11 October
Venue: Titanium Security Arena, Adelaide, Australia

Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds
Date: Saturday 14 October
Venue: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia


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