Having recently arrived home from a successful World Youth cup campaign, Northern Stars players Maia Wilson and Fa’amu Ioane and the rest of their jubilant NZU21 team, have reaffirmed the healthy state of Netball in New Zealand after their history-making feats in Botswana.
Former Silver Fern Leana de Bruin is set to play out her netball career with the Adelaide Thunderbirds.

Northern Stars coach Julie Hoornweg has decided not to seek an extension of her contract with the new franchise to return to her home in Australia.

The Northern Stars team have replaced injured player Holly Fowler with Kate Burley.

Northern Stars player Holly Fowler has suffered an injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee.

Leana de Bruin will lead the Northern Stars for the inaugural season of the ANZ Premiership, named as the first captain of New Zealand’s newest professional sports team.
Afa Rusivakula has made some big sacrifices in order to fulfil her goal of playing in the ANZ Premiership.

One of the most distinctive venues in Auckland will be the new home of the Northern Stars.

A southern challenge awaits New Zealand’s newest netball team when the ANZ Premiership begins its inaugural season in March 2017.

A “new vitality” is the point of difference coach Julie Hoornweg hopes the Northern Stars will bring to the 2017 ANZ Premiership.