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    Central Pulse midcourter Claire Kersten thinks wins over Northern Stars count for nothing

    Central Pulse midcourter Claire Kersten thinks two dominant wins over the Northern Stars this year count for nothing


    The Pulse host the Stars in the ANZ Premiership tonight, looking to secure top spot on the ladder heading into the finals series.

    The Pulse have won both previous encounters by 11 goals or more but Kersten says that gives the Stars a better idea of how to beat them.

    She says by the third game you have to change things up as the opposition can notice patterns.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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