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ANZ Premiership Season Memberships on sale now

ANZ Premiership Season Memberships on sale now

Media Update
Monday 4 December

While the festive season is kicking off and Christmas is just around the corner, the ANZ Premiership is gearing up for the 2018 season and is happy to announce that Season Memberships for all ANZP Premiership teams are now on sale to the general public.

Netball fans have the opportunity to secure their seats to see some of New Zealand’s most exciting athletes compete live, taking in all the action from their favourite seats.

In its inaugural season the ANZ Premiership saw growing membership and attendance figures across the competition, with new comer team Northern Stars filing their home venue to near capacity on a number of occasions.

Netball fans are encouraged to secure their seats now for the 2018 ANZ Premiership season, with all Season Membership’s packages including advantageous pricing and additional ‘Members Only’ benefits which are sure to excite fans of all ages.

SKYCITY Mystics: mystics.memberlink.net.nz/memberhome
Northern Stars: northernstars.co.nz
WBOP Magic: netballmagic.co.nz/magic/membership
Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse: pulse.org.nz
Silvermoon Tactix: tactix.org.nz/tickets
Ascot Park Southern Steel: southernsteel.co.nz

The 2018 ANZ Premiership launches with a block buster 3 game Super Sunday, at the Central Energy Trust Arena in Palmerston North on Sunday 6 May. The ANZ Premiership season will be played over 13 rounds before culminating in a two-game Final Series involving the top three teams, with the Grand Final taking place on Sunday 12 August.

Individual tickets for all games will be released by teams in early 2018.

The full ANZ Premiership draw is available at ANZPremiership.co.nz

ANZ Premiership snapshot:
Dates:
- Regular Season – Sunday 6 May – Wednesday 1 August
- Elimination Final – Wednesday 8 August
- Grand Final – Sunday 12 August

The Six Teams:
SKYCITY Mystics, Northern Stars, Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic, Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse, SilverMoon Tactix, Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel.

The draw:
- 47 matches (45 home and away, plus two Finals featuring the top three teams)
- Three Super Sundays (Rounds 1, 6, 12) – Palmerston North, Christchurch and Auckland

Broadcast partner – SKY TV:
- The home of Netball in New Zealand since 2007.
- All 47 games LIVE on SKY Sport NZ, including the popular TV Show Netball Zone

Ends.

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