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    The unbeaten Central Pulse have surged past the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 51-30 in netball's ANZ Premiership

    The unbeaten Central Pulse have surged past the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic 51-30 in netball's ANZ Premiership


    In doing so, they're the first team to navigate the weekend double header with two wins, after also toppling the Steel.

    Coach Yvette McCausland-Durie says they maintained momentum.



    In other highlights, Tiana Metuarau played her 50th competition match at age 19, and the Pulse's shooting display against the Steel was the first 100 per cent performance in the competitions' history, albeit over 48 rather than the usual 60 minutes.

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