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Silver Ferns prepare to depart for Netball Quad Series

Silver Ferns prepare to depart for Netball Quad Series

Media Update
Friday 18 August, 2017

The Silver Ferns will depart for Brisbane, Australia, next Wednesday 23 August ahead of their opening match of the Netball Quad Series against South Africa’s SPAR Proteas on Saturday 26 August.

The opening clash features a double-header at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre with the Australian Diamonds and England Roses also in action.

The Netball Quad Series will then return to New Zealand where the Silver Ferns will face the England Roses on Wednesday 30 August at The Trusts Arena, Auckland.

A blockbuster double-header will close-out the Netball Quad Series, with all four teams in action at ILT Stadium Southland, Invercargill on Sunday 3 September – Silver Ferns v Australian Diamonds, and England Roses v South Africa’s SPAR Proteas.

SKY will broadcast all matches live on SKY Sport 3 during the Netball Quad Series, including those not featuring the Silver Ferns.

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