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Silver Ferns head in to camp

Silver Ferns head in to camp

Wednesday 21 February

The Silver Ferns squad have headed in to the first of three camps this week in preparation for the upcoming Taini Jamison Trophy and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The three camps will be held in Wellington (20-25 February), Dunedin (5-9 March) and Auckland (17-20 March), with the final camp leading straight in to the Taini Jamison Trophy where the Silver Ferns will host Jamaica, Malawi and Fiji in a four day tournament before all teams head to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Silver Ferns Squad:
Katrina Grant (captain),
Maria Folau (vice-captain),
Kayla Cullen
Ameliaranne Ekenasio
Temalisi Fakahokotau
Shannon Francois
Kelly Jury
Grace Kara
Bailey Mes
Te Paea Selby-Rickit
Michaela Sokolich-Beatson
Samantha Sinclair

ENDS

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