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.

The Northern Stars have kept the Barfoot and Thompson Northern Challenge alive with a 58-55 win over the Northern Mystics in round 10 ANZ Premiership action.

Kate Burley turned out a most valuable player performance in the Northern Stars 56-51 win over the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic tonight at Pulman Arena, Takanini.

The Northern Stars Netball franchise are proud to announce a new partner, Inder Lynch Lawyers for the 2018 ANZP netball season.

A dominant first half from the Central Pulse set up a tough mountain to climb for the Northern Stars in Porirua as the home side won 66-50, in round 8 ANZ Premiership action.

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