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Silver Ferns to depart for Netball Quad Series

Silver Ferns to depart for Netball Quad Series
Media Update
Wednesday 10th January
On Saturday the Silver Ferns will depart to England for the opening match of the Netball Quad Series against England Roses at 7am Sunday 21 January (NZT) at the Copper Box in London.

The Netball Quad Series then travels to South Africa where the Silver Ferns will take on the SPAR Proteas at 6am, Friday 26 January (NZT) and the Australian Diamonds at 11pm, Sunday 28 January (NZT), with both matches being played at Ellis Park Arena in Johannesburg.

SKY Sport NZ will broadcast all matches LIVE during the Netball Quad Series including those not including the Silver Ferns.

Silver Ferns Squad for Netball Quad Series:
Katrina Grant (c)
Maria Folau (nee Tutaia) (vc)
Kayla Cullen
Temalisi Fakahokotau
Shannon Francois
Kelly Jury
Grace Kara (nee Rasmussen)
Phoenix Karaka
Bailey Mes
Te Paea Selby-Ricket
Samantha Sinclair
Whitney Souness
Jane Watson
Maia Wilson

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