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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    Coach Dame Noeline Taurua's reassured her intention to win games at netball's Quad Series, while a substitution method may suggest otherwise

    Coach Dame Noeline Taurua's reassured her intention to win games at netball's Quad Series, while a substitution method may suggest otherwise


    The Silver Ferns were humbled by 14 points in their first-up loss to the Australian Diamonds, and face England in their second match tomorrow morning.

    Taurua utilised her entire bench, with defender Phoenix Karaka the final one to come on inside the last five minutes.

    While she denies it, Taurua can see how that suggests she's more interested in developing combinations rather than winning.



    Centre pass between the Silver Ferns an the Roses tomorrow morning is at 5:15.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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