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Lion Foundation Netball Champs Start This Weekend

Lion Foundation Netball Champs
- Start This Weekend

30.08 2012

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The Lion Foundation Netball Champs start this weekend as the first of the Round Robin match ups take to the court.

The Champs, which have bred firece competition since their inception in 1926, include four rounds of Round Robin play in various towns followed by FInals Week, which will be held at TECT Arena Tauranga 3rd-5th October.

The Lion Foundation Netball Champs provides another opportunity for players to challenge themselves at this level in front of New Zealand Selectors and ANZ Championship Franchise coaches.

At the end of the Lion Foundation Netball Champs the NZU21 squad for the World Youth Championship will be named, as well as the National Accelerant Squad for 2012/2013

All results will be emailed at the end of each full round - but if you need immediate results please check the website

As per previous years the Lion Foundation Netball Champs is divided into two divisions as per below:
Division 1
Canterbury Waikato*
Otago Wellington
Auckland Waitakere Bay of Plenty

*Waikato were promoted to Div One after they defeated Southland in the Promotion/Relegation match in 2011.
Division 2
Southland* Western
Tasman Eastern
North Counties Manukau

*Southland were moved to Div Two after they were defeated by Waikato in the Promotion/Relegation match in 2011.

Round 1 - Div One
Canterbury vs Bay of Plenty Lincoln 2 Sept 1.00pm Lincoln Events Centre
Wellington vs Auckland Waitakere Porirua 2 Sept 1.00pm Te Rauparaha Arena
Otago vs Waikato Dunedin 2 Sept 12.00pm Edgar Centre

Round 1 - Div Two
Western vs Southland Hawera 2 Sept 11.00am TSB Hub
North vs Eastern Onewa 1 Sept 1.00pm Onewa Arena
Counties Manukau vs Tasman Strathallan 2 Sept 10.30am Strathallan


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