Wintec Waikato Bay of Plenty 1 took out the inaugural NZU23 netball championship title with a thrilling 47-46 win over the South Zone team in Wellington on Thursday.
In an encouraging sign, it was evident that the future game is in safe hands, the young and classy finalists turning on a fitting spectacle of fast-paced and exciting netball.
We wish to announce the appointment of Ruth Stanley to the position of Community Netball Manager for the Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone.
There are a special group of people involved in our Zone/Franchise – they are our volunteers!
The Waikato Bay of Plenty Netball Zone is pleased to announce the appointment of Julie Fitzgerald to the role of Kia Magic Head coach.
Fitzgerald has signed a two year contract through to the end of the 2015 ANZ Championship season.
The Wintec Waikato Bay of Plenty Under 23 teams stepped out on court in Tauranga over the weekend to compete for valuable championship points leading into the main part of the New Zealand Age Group Championships that take place in Wellington July 15-18.
This is the first round robin competition involving the Waikato Bay of Plenty and Netball Northern Zone teams with games between Mainland, South and Central taking place on 6 July to 7 July in Timaru
ACC and the School of Physical Education, University of Otago, currently require volunteers to complete a short survey on knowledge, attitudes and behaviours (KAB) towards injury prevention.
Resurgent late season form has Kia Magic in buoyant mode ahead of their ANZ Championship netball rematch with Southern Steel in Rotorua on Sunday.
A gutsy three-goal extra time away win over Queensland Firebirds has rejuvenated the defending champions campaign heading towards the business end of the season.