Netball Central Zone (NCZ), with the support of Netball Manawatu, will host a ‘Super’ weekend of netball at the B&M Centre at Arena Manawatu, featuring over 22 top teams invited from both clubs and schools from the zone.
Netball Central Zone’s Pathway to Pulse programme has produced some good results in its first year, with three out the seven players chosen from the zone to trial for New Zealand Secondary Schools (NZSS) involved in this new initiative.
Netball Central Zone is inviting coaches from secondary schools and club teams to attend workshops presented by special guest Tania Karauria, Former NZSS Team & Auckland Diamonds Coach.
Tickets for the Mojo Pulse’s two home games at Te Rauparaha Arena are now on sale and supporters are urged to secure their seats quickly to avoid disappointment.
The journey to being a New Zealand Secondary School (NZSS) player continued this weekend at a Talent Development Camp held at Te Wananga-O-Raukawa in Otaki for 29 talented young players from Netball Central Zone.
Netball New Zealand has developed a compulsory training and accreditation system for Umpire Coaches/Assessors.
“One of the most exciting partnerships in the history of the Pulse,” is how CEO Carolyn Young describes the announcement of iconic New Zealand based coffee company Mojo as the team’s naming rights sponsor.
Netball Central Zone is delighted to announce the appointment of former Pulse and Samoa captain Frances Solia as the new Central Pulse Assistant Coach.