2019 ANZP Pre-season tournament (Otaki Feb 8-10)

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    netballcrazy1
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    But will NZ take Late Meafou is the question, a lot of attacking quality there right now

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    mcleod
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    But will NZ take Late Meafou is the question, a lot of attacking quality there right now

    Maybe not for the world champs, but perhaps after that.

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    Ian
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    Final day games…

    Stars vs Magic

    2019 Pre-season Tournament Session 5 – Stars vs Magic

    Posted by Te Wānanga o Raukawa on Saturday, 9 February 2019

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    Ian
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    Mystics vs Tactix

    2019 Pre-season Tournament Session 5 – Mystics vs Tactix

    Posted by Te Wānanga o Raukawa on Saturday, 9 February 2019

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    Ian
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    Pulse Vs Steel

    2019 Pre-season Tournament Session 5 – Pulse Vs Steel

    Posted by Te Wānanga o Raukawa on Saturday, 9 February 2019

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    TACTIXSUPPORTER
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    MSB, MRB, Elley, Nweke, Burley, Poi, Heffernan, O’Connell, Metuarau, Gordon, Faulker, Latu Meafou, Fowler…. NZ has some young guns coming through. All are 21 and under

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    mcleod
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    MSB, MRB, Elley, Nweke, Burley, Poi, Heffernan, O’Connell, Metuarau, Gordon, Faulker, Latu Meafou, Fowler…. NZ has some young guns coming through. All are 21 and under

    Falkner is 22 and 23 in April, couple others are 22 and 23 this year, but the rest are 21 and under, you forgot Dunn she is 19

    Really like watching Mila R-B do her thing at WA, post world cup and building towards the 2022 Com Games and 2023 World’s there are some exciting mid court and shooting options.

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    minkie
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    But they have to be given a chance ‘soonish’.

    #1189823
    Ian
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    So, for the people who watched most or all of the games, who stood out?

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    Kerryn
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    So, for the people who watched most or all of the games, who stood out?

    Maddie Gordon from Pulse – if she can get on the court – could be a bolter for the ferns – only young but can play all 3 mid court positions and plays them bloody well – pretty much took Poi out’ve the game when Pulse/Tactix played

    Magic shooting end is going to grow and grow into something impressive – Falkner at GS very reminiscent of Mes – but more consitent on the shot.

    A lot of rookies going to be pushing the stalwarts for starting spots – exciting!!

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    minkie
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    Faulkner,  heres hope NNZ dont stuff it up.

    Dunn and Eka.

    TP and Maia didnt.

    Grace Nweke.

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    Kerryn
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    Faulkner, heres hope NNZ dont stuff it up.

    Dunn and Eka.

    TP and Maia didnt.

    Grace Nweke.

    Faulkner + Mes = deadly combo!!! defence wouldn’t stand a s**t show on the feeds they could pull in or rebounds!!

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    minkie
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    Yeah maybe Kerryn

    Wont happen thou

    #1189836
    minkie
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    And let face it

    Faulkner and Bailey if lucky enough would just bench warm.

    Maria ‘must’ be on court and probably Ammelianne.

    It’d just be Maia all over again.  At least LA uses all 4 of her shooters.

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    mcleod
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    So, for the people who watched most or all of the games, who stood out?

    I watched all the Sat/Sun games.  The stand outs for me.

    Mila Reuelu-Buchanan (Stars WA), future Fern without doubt.

    Kayla Cullen fantastic on the Sunday at GD, where she should be playing.

    Monica Falkner, amazing standing jump.  Not afraid to shot from anywhere, look for her to play both GA/GS for the Magic.

    Maddy Gorden (Pulse), really quick.

    Charlotte Elley (Tactix WD), did some good things in the mid court.

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