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SILVER FERNS

The Silver Ferns are New Zealand's National Netball team. 
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Central Zone athletes:

  • Katrina Grant (Captain)
  • Whitney Souness

SILVER FERNS – QUAD SERIES TEAM 2018

Central Zone athletes:

  • Katrina Grant (Captain)
  • Whitney Souness

SILVER FERNS – TAINI JAMISON TROPHY SERIES TEAM 2018

Central Zone athletes:

  • Katrina Grant (Captain)
  • Ameliaranne Ekenasio
  • Claire Kersten

SILVER FERNS – COMMONWEALTH GAMES TEAM 2018

Central Zone athletes:

  • Katrina Grant (Captain)
  • Ameliaranne Ekenasio
  • Claire Kersten

SILVER FERNS DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

The Silver Ferns Development Squad underpins the Silver Ferns squad and includes players who are eligible for the NZ U/21 team.

Central Zone athletes:

  • Ameliaranne Ekenasio
  • Claire Kersten
  • Tiana Metuarau 

NZ SECONDARY SCHOOLS TEAM

Netball New Zealand (NNZ) is pleased to confirm the NZ Secondary Schools (NZSS) squad for 2018.  From this squad a travelling team will be named to play the Australia U17 Squad in Canberra in September/October.  Mary-Jane Araroa (Coach) and Charissa Barham (Assistant Coach) will guide the NZSS team, which was selected from the squad of 21 players following National Development Camp in January. 

Central Zone athletes in squad:

 

Name

School

Centre

1

Bridie Burns

Sacred Heart College

Hutt Valley Netball Centre

2

Brooke Neilson

New Plymouth Girls College

Netball Taranaki Centre

3

Paris Lokotui

Queen Margaret College

Netball Wellington Centre

4

Renee Savai’inaea**

St Mary’s College

Netball Wellington Centre

5

Saviour Tui

St Mary’s College

Netball Wellington Centre

6

Tiana Metuarau**

Wellington East Girls College

Netball Wellington Centre

7

Tiuana-Marie Aiono

Queen Margaret College

Netball Wellington Centre


* Ainsleyana Puleiata – St Mary’s College (not named due to injury)

** Franchise players eligible for selection

AOTEAROA MAORI SECONDARY SCHOOLS TEAM

The Aotearoa Maori Secondary Schools team competes in the International Secondary Schools Challenge.

Central Zone athletes:

  • Players still to be named following the AMNHOL Tournament, 30 March – 1 April 2018 in Gisborne.

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