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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    Silver Ferns captain Laura Langman is looking forward to going up against one of the best in the business in the netball World Cup semi-finals

    Silver Ferns captain Laura Langman is looking forward to going up against one of the best in the business in the netball World Cup semi-finals


    New Zealand take on England in Liverpool overnight, with the hosts looking to make the final for the first time.

    The Roses have been powered by skipper Serena Guthrie throughout the tournament so far, and Langman's adamant her side will need to keep a close eye on her.



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