Auckland and Northland property company Barfoot & Thompson have signed on as sponsor for a challenge between the two northern most ANZ Premiership teams - the Netball Northern Zone franchise team, the SKYCITY Mystics and the Auckland-based Northern Stars.
Hawaiian airlines, now in its fifth year of flying to New Zealand, has announced its support for Netball in New Zealand via a major sponsorship of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic (WBOP Magic) and Northern Stars ANZ Premiership teams.
Experienced Silver Ferns mid-courter Grace Kara will captain the Northern Stars when she debuts for the South Auckland based side in the 2018 ANZ Premiership.
The Northern Stars are excited to announce their new home playing venue for the 2018 ANZ Premiership season. In an exciting partnership, between Pulman Park and the Stars, all home games will be played at the new Pulman Arena in Takanini.
Auckland Netball Centre’s CEO Dianne Lasenby has been appointed General Manager to the Northern Stars in what’s been styled an innovative and collaborative arrangement between Netball NZ, the Northern Stars Netball franchise and Auckland Netball.
The ANZ Premiership season is going to be hotly contested and we want you there!
7 home games, including a Super Sunday netball bonanza, await the Northern Stars in 2018.
The Northern Stars have completed their roster with the signing of England Roses captain Ama Agbeze and youngster Christina Oscar for the 2018 ANZ Premiership.
The Northern Stars has re-signed dynamic defender Kayla Cullen for the ANZ Premiership while former Silver Ferns Paula Griffin and Ellen Halpenny are set to make a return to the elite league.