Shy and reserved off-court, 1.89m Central Manawa shooter Saviour Tui cuts a different figure on the court with her ever-present smile and growing stature in the Beko Netball League.

Te Wananga o Raukawa Pulse Head Coach Yvette McCausland-Durie will be sharing her knowledge and expertise with Community Coaches during an informal workshop on Monday 8th April. Yvette is well known for her willingness to share her experiences and learnings from more than ten years of high performance coaching.

Dipping out in the deep south, Central Manawa are now banking on a change in fortune at the opposite end of the country against the Northern Comets in Beko Netball League action in Auckland on Sunday.

A quiet off-court demeanour and engaging smile detract from the imposing presence midcourter Renee Savai’inaea is having for Central Manawa during the early rounds of the Beko Netball League.

Transforming talented teens into top-quality prospects has become a hallmark of Central Manawa, the tradition already coming to light in the early stages of this season’s Beko Netball League.

Having fashioned an enviable record, the highly successful Central Manawa will be in everyone’s sights when the fourth season of the Beko Netball League gets underway this weekend.

Enter Now to Win 2 seats on the Double Decker TWoR Pulse Bus and 2 tickets to the Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse vs The Good Oil Tactix ANZ Premiership Game at Fly Palmy Arena in Palmerston North Sunday 10th March at 4:10pm

New Zealand is leading the way with a Netball world first in advocating for those in control of the game with the establishment of a New Zealand Netball Umpires’ Association.