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2015 Netball NZ National Champs - Day Two Results

2015 Netball NZ National Champs - Day Two Results

Tuesday 29 September, 2015

There was action aplenty on day two of the 2015 Netball NZ National Champs, in association with Lion Foundation, at the ASB Sports Centre in Wellington.

With pool play now complete, Christchurch, North Harbour, Waitakere and Wellington remain unbeaten to top their respective pools with Auckland, Hamilton City, Dunedin and Southland filling the runners-up spots in the top eight make-up.

POOL A
Taranaki 65 def Tokoroa 30
Christchurch 57 def Auckland 39

POOL B
North Harbour 81 def Wanganui 28
Hawkes Bay 43 def Hutt Valley 38
Dunedin 60 def Hutt Valley 38
Wanganui 56 def Hawkes Bay 43
North Harbour 54 def Dunedin 38

POOL C
Hamilton City 70 def Counties Manukau 36
Waitakere 63 def Manawatu 44
Waitakere 59 def Hamilton City 52
Counties Manukau 52 def Manawatu 49

POOL D
Southland 61 def Thames Valley 37
Wellington 87 def Kapi Mana 32

Day Three of the Netball NZ National Champs will get underway from 9am Wednesday morning.

Useful Info
Official Event Programme (including manager contact details) - click here
Netball NZ National Champs draw and results - click here
Netball NZ National Champs points tables - click here


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