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Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs teams announced

Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs teams announced

Thursday 20 September 2018

Netball New Zealand is proud to announce the following teams will take part in the 2018 Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs.

Qualification was based on the top finishers at UNISS (Upper North Island Secondary Schools),(Lower North Island Secondary Schools) and SISS (South Island Secondary Schools) tournaments with national bragging rights now at stake from 9 -12 October 2018 at Southern Trust Events Centre, Timaru.

Netball New Zealand’s Chief Executive Jennie Wyllie extended her congratulations to the qualified teams.

“We know how much school pride is on the line for this event and are thrilled to see such talented netball players coming through in our secondary schools. We know that this tournament will highlight the growth and talent that our youth are demonstrating.”

“We are also thrilled to announce that Pita Pit New Zealand has come on board as the naming rights sponsor of the 2018 Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs. Having worked with Pita Pit for the last six years, we believe that this partnership will serve both parties positively.”

Duane Dalton, Director of Pita Pit shared their his thoughts on the partnership.

“Supporting and inspiring young Kiwis to make better choices is something Pita Pit is very passionate about, so being able to extend our partnership with Netball New Zealand to include the young athletes in the Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs is something we’re very excited to be a part of,” he said.

“Congratulations to all the teams that have qualified for this event and we look forward to seeing you give it your best at the tournament in Timaru in October.”

Follow the 2018 Pita Pit NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs on Netball New Zealand’s social media channels and website.

QUALIFIED SCHOOLS:

UNISS 1st Epsom Girls' Grammar School
UNISS 2nd Mount Albert Grammar School
UNISS 3rd Howick College
UNISS 4th Saint Kentigern College
UNISS 5th Hamilton Girls' High School
UNISS 6th Westlake Girls' High School
LNISS 1st Manukura
LNISS 2nd New Plymouth Girls' High School
LNISS 3rd Napier Girls' High School
LNISS 4th Wellington East Girls' College
LNISS 5th Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt
SISS 1st Villa Maria College
SISS 2nd Southland Girls' High School
SISS 3rd Christchurch Girls' High School
SISS 4th Nelson College for Girls
SISS 5th St Hilda's Collegiate School

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