After a quick turnaround, Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel held their nerve to post a hard-fought 49-47 win over a tenacious Robinhood Northern Stars at the Auckland Netball Centre on Sunday.
Led by captain Grace Kara in her milestone match, a re-energised Robinhood Northern Stars triumphed over The Good Oil Tactix, 49-43, to finish Round 2 of the ANZ Premiership.
Urgent and hungry, Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse marked their return to competition in emphatic style with a stunning 63-39 win over Robinhood Northern Stars in Auckland on Sunday.

There was added excitement when the Robinhood Northern Stars netball team regrouped again recently as Julianna Naoupu announced that she is expecting her first baby in December. She will therefore be unable to participate in the 2020 ANZ Premiership.

New Zealand’s ANZ Premiership along with Community Netball have been suspended for the foreseeable future whilst the Beko Netball League has been cancelled for 2020.

The Robinhood Northern Stars have opened their 2020 ANZ Premiership season by going down to cross-town rivals the Northern Mystics 55-59 in Takanini tonight.

Grace Kara will resume her role as captain of the Robinhood Northern Stars in the 2020 ANZ Premiership. Kara will be supported by the Stars leadership group which includes Storm Purvis and Maia Wilson.

The Northern Stars are thrilled to announce a naming rights partnership with leading whiteware and appliances brand Robinhood.

Northern Stars is pleased to announce their 2020 Resource Coach, Peter Mc Innes and 2020 Northern Comets Assistant Coach, Michelle Parsons.

The Northern Stars netball franchise is excited to announce Oceane Maihi and Nanise Waiquira as 2020 Northern Stars pre-season training partners.

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