The Northern Stars netball franchise has announced that netball legend Temepara Bailey will step out of retirement and into a player-assistant coach role for the 2019 ANZ Premiership season.

There was great excitement in the Northern Stars netball team last week, as Captain Grace Kara announced that she is expecting her first baby in April.

The Northern Mystics and Northern Stars are pleased to announce a three-year partnership with sporting apparel leader ISC Teamwear.

The Northern Stars are first out of the blocks to confirm their 2019 ANZ Premiership playing roster.

The Northern Stars and Northern Comets held their 2018 awards evening last night at The Blacksmith, Takanini.

The Northern Stars ended their season on a high after beating the Southern Steel 65-59 tonight at Pulman Arena, South Auckland.

A strong start from the Northern Stars wasn’t enough to hold off a determined Central Pulse side who won 66-48 tonight in South Auckland to secure an ANZ Premiership home final.

A dominant second quarter set a winning foundation for the Northern Mystics as they beat the Northern Stars 52 – 70 to claim the inaugural Barfoot & Thompson Northern Challenge.

A dominant first half from the Central Pulse established a comfortable early lead as the visiting side won 65-50, in round 11 ANZ Premiership action at South Auckland’s Pulman Park Arena.

The Northern Stars will be without midcourter Fa’amu Ioane for the remainder of the ANZ Premiership after suffering a season ending injury.