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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    The Silver Ferns have their Birmingham Commonwealth Games prep sorted

    The Silver Ferns have their Birmingham Commonwealth Games prep sorted


    They'll compete with a New Zealand A side, the Aotearoa men and a mixed invitational side at the Cadbury Netball Series in Auckland beginning on July 13.

    NETBALL COVERAGE WITH THE ANZ PREMIERSHIP - SUPPORT YOUR TEAM AND HEAD TO THE GAME.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     21 Jun: The Mainland Tactix have snapped up unwanted Pulse shooter Aliyah Dunn for the next ANZ Premiership season
     16 Jun: Malawian international Joyce Mvula is joining the Central Pulse for their title defence in next year's ANZ netball Premiership
     16 Jun: Kristiana Manu'a may have to adapt her style of play if she's to convert her Silver Ferns trial spot into squad selection
     15 Jun: The Silver Ferns team at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games will be vastly different to the side that won Netball World Cup gold in 2019 - but coach Dame Noeline Taurua still demands excellence
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