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The on-court action starts in early December with New Zealand’s six ANZ Premiership teams, along with two international club sides – Wasps from Coventry in England and Melbourne’s Collingwood Magpies - contesting this year’s Super Club tournament from December 8-13 in Nelson. The competition will see 20 games played over five days at the Trafalgar Centre, culminating in the finals on Friday December 13.
In January the Vitality Netball Nations Cup featuring the world champion Silver Ferns, England, Jamaica and South Africa will be played in England with Nottingham, Birmingham and London as the venues. There will be three rounds of action culminating in the playoffs. The Silver Ferns will be looking to build on their wonderful Vitality World Championship triumph in July this year but will face tough competition from the talented England, South Africa and Jamaica squads. For Silver Ferns’ coach Noeline Taurua the tournament presents the opportunity to further reinforce their top ranking.
The ANZ Championship starts on March 15 and signals a new schedule which sees two games played on Sundays and one game on Monday night. The defending champions Te Wanaga o Raukawa Pulse open the season on March 15 in Blenheim with a clash against the The Good Oil Tactix.
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