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    Netball New Zealand Head of High Performance Keir Hansen's unsurprised by the postponement of the Under-21 Netball World Cup, despite it being almost a year away

    Netball New Zealand Head of High Performance Keir Hansen's unsurprised by the postponement of the Under-21 Netball World Cup, despite it being almost a year away


    The tournament, initially set to be held in Fiji next June, has been delayed due to covid-19, with officials planning to instead stage it in late 2021 or early 2022.

    Hansen believes they made the call early to avoid major disruption to planning.

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