2022 Taini Jamison Trophy – New Zealand v Jamaica (Sep)

2022 Taini Jamison Trophy – New Zealand v Jamaica (Sep)2022-09-07T07:30:36+10:00
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  • Avatar photoIan Harkin
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      They have been to this point. That Cadbury Series that they play which features the men and other invitational teams, they aren’t tests, but these games have been so far. They even counted that World 7 series in 2009 as test matches (which I didn’t think they should have), so who knows what they’ll do.

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        USA is a nightmare even with the correct VISA and not just an ESTA (tourist visa). GEVA’s brother Raoul has twice been deigned entry into USA. Once from UK on his valid Student Visa & 2nd time on his valid B1 visa from OZ: both times he was sent back on a flight to his original departure port!!! I queried the 2nd time with US homeland took me 9months to get an apology from them. Needless to say Raoul has no intention of attempting USA entry again.

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          Maryann
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              Netballcrazy1
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                Wow. Aiken and Borrego, sis not see that coming but kinda interested to see how that plays out…

                But Aiken only had her child a month or so ago right?

                Maryann
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                  @Netballcrazy 1 – I think Aiken is a dream as yes her baby was born in August and she hasn’t played at all this year.

                  NNZ may have to forego it being a ranking game.

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                    Did Carla Borrego ever play international netball for The Jammies?

                    I know she played ANZ Tbirds after BBall in the states: but netball for the Sunshine Girls dont think so:

                    Happy to be told otherwise

                    Nate
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                      2003 World Cup for Jamaica, they came third and she was second highest goal scorer behind IvD.

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                        Boogieya… she was Carla Williams at the 2003 World Champs.

                        Nate
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                          So Jamaica have a side of 10, e three recruitments as Borrego, Aiken-George and Connie Francis is named as player/coach…. didn’t think it could get more of a joke

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                            NNZ CEO Jennie Wyllie

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                              JR
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                                Ian, do you know if peeps in Oz are going to be able to watch these games?

                                Kerryn
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                                  @JR I saw a post yesterday on FB (I think) that said it would be available on netballpass for anyone outside of NZ

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