2019 Super Club Competition

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  • Maryann
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    Northern Stars – Kara out due to injury and their import does not arrive till January.

    Maryann
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    For Pulse Jury will be there but not ready to play yet.

    Not sure Karaka will be there for Mystics. My thinking is that Cullen may be getting married this weekend and she is one of the bridesmaids but don’t quote me on that.

    Ian Harkin
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    Northern Stars

    With the countdown on until the start of the 2019 Super Club tournament this Sunday in Nelson, we are pleased to announce the team who will take part in this exciting tournament which sees eight teams battling it out over five days.

    Northern Stars will be without their key mid-courter Grace Kara, due to injury and new Trinidad and Tobago defensive recruit Daystar Swift who will not be joining the team until early January 2020.

    Vika Koloto, who was awarded a Tania Dalton Foundation Scholarship for netball this year, has been named in the squad. Vika brings youth and dynamism to the court alongside Comet’s players Oceane Maihi and Nanise Waqaira who are Stars training partners and Chonaire Huriwai has been added as extra mid-court cover.

    The team is as follows:

    Julianna Naoupu
    Maia Wilson
    Jamie Hume
    Vika Koloto
    Mila Reuelu-Buchanan
    Lisa Mather
    Fa’amu Ioane
    Chonaire Huriwai
    Storm Purvis
    Kate Burley
    Oceane Maihi
    Nanise Waqaira

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    Tactix

    The Good Oil Tactix are set to put their 2020 ANZ Premiership squad to the test at the 2019 Super Club tournament which starts in Nelson this Sunday.

    Super Club sees 20 games played over five days of action at the Trafalgar Centre, culminating in the Grand Final on Friday 13 December.

    The Tactix join New Zealand’s five other ANZ Premiership teams along with international club sides Collingwood Magpies (Australia) and Wasps Netball (England).

    It will be an action-packed week with all New Zealand-based members of the Silver Ferns squad taking to the court in Nelson, with the exception of defender Jane Watson who is recovering from an ankle injury.

    Super Club sees the much anticipated return of Tactix defender Temalisi Fakahokotau after missing the 2019 season with a ruptured ACL, while it’s the first chance to see Silver Ferns shooter Te Paea Selby-Rickit in red and black colours after shifting north from the Steel.

    The Good Oil Tactix coach Marianne Delaney-Hoshek said this year’s Super Club provided a great platform to build on going into the new season.

    “This comes at a really great time for us as we can see how we are tracking before going deeper into our preparations for the 2020 ANZ Premiership season. To be able to go up against seven other teams packed with talent is a fantastic opportunity,” she said.

    The Tactix open their Super Club campaign against 2019 ANZ Premiership runners-up the Northern Stars at 8.10pm this Sunday night.

    Tickets are on sale now through ticketek.co.nz, while all games will be broadcast live on Sky Sport.

    2019 Super Club team

    Jess Allan
    Ellie Bird
    Charlotte Elley
    Temalisi Fakahokotau
    Sophia Fenwick
    Hannah Glen
    Lily Marshall
    Samon Nathan
    Tiana Placid
    Kimiora Poi
    Jess Prosser
    Te Paea Selby-Rickit

    JR
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    Does anyone know about the Thursday games? Is it 1 v 2 and 3 v 4 from each pool (or 1 v 1; 2 v 2 etc from each pool) to then determine the Friday games?

    Baller
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    I’m really excited about the games tomorrow. I can’t even pick who will top the pool rounds. Maybe Tactix/Mystics/Magpies? Wild guesses I know!
    I don’t know much about the Wasps (besides Clarke and Dunn) sorry.

    As this is technically a SF selection, looking to see how NZ players go up against Mentor and other international players. Hope Fakahokotau has a safe and solid return.

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    We've touched down in Nelson, and had our final training session before game one of Super Club tomorrow!Make sure you…

    Posted by Collingwood Magpies Netball on Friday, 6 December 2019

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    Here’s the link to the live streaming for those outside NZ…

    https://netballnz.streamamg.com/

    NZChampion
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    Oh no they’re doing the interviews while training thing. So here we go Magic and the Pies.

    NZChampion
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    Very inexperienced defence end for Magic. Might get ugly.

    JR
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    It sounds like Rob Wrong is umpiring.

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