2017 ANZ Premiership season

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2017 ANZ Premiership season
League ANZ Premiership
Sport Netball
Duration26 March – 28 June 2017
Number of teams6
TV partner(s) Sky Sport (New Zealand)
Minor Premiers Southern Steel
Season MVP Jane Watson (Southern Steel)
Top scorer Jhaniele Fowler-Reid (Southern Steel)
Finals
Champions Southern Steel
  Runners-up Central Pulse
ANZ Premiership seasons

The 2017 ANZ Premiership season was the inaugural season of Netball New Zealand's ANZ Premiership. [1] [2] All matches were broadcast on Sky Sport (New Zealand). [3] With a team coached by Reinga Bloxham, captained by Wendy Frew and featuring Gina Crampton, Jhaniele Fowler-Reid, Shannon Francois, and Jane Watson, Southern Steel finished the 2017 season as inaugural ANZ Premiership winners. [4] [5] After finishing the regular season unbeaten and as minor premiers, [4] [6] [7] Steel defeated Central Pulse 69–53 in the grand final. This saw Steel complete a 16 match unbeaten season. [8] [9] [10] [11] The top three teams from the season – Steel, Pulse and Northern Mystics qualified for the 2017 Netball New Zealand Super Club. [12] [13]

Contents

Transfers

Player2016 team2017 team
Karin Burger Central Zone [14] Central Pulse
Tiana Metuarau [15] [16] Central Zone Central Pulse
Cathrine Tuivaiti [17] Northern Mystics Central Pulse
Sara Bayman Manchester Thunder Central Pulse
Kadeen Corbin Loughborough Lightning Mainland Tactix
Temalisi Fakahokotau Northern Mystics Mainland Tactix
Brooke Leaver Southern Steel Mainland Tactix
Sasha Corbin Loughborough Lightning Northern Mystics
Bailey Mes Mainland Tactix Northern Mystics
Storm Purvis Southern Steel Northern Mystics
Samon Nathan Central Pulse Northern Mystics
Elisapeta Toeava Northern Marvels Northern Mystics
Leana de Bruin Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Northern Stars
Kayla Cullen Northern Mystics Northern Stars
Sulu Fitzpatrick Northern Mystics Northern Stars
Holly Fowler Northern Mystics Northern Stars
Fa'amu Ioane Northern Mystics Northern Stars
Malia Paseka Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Northern Stars
Courtney Tairi Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Northern Stars
Afa Rusivakula Northern Stars
Maia Wilson Central Pulse Northern Stars
Jennifer O'Connell [18] Netball South Southern Steel
Monica Falkner NNL Waikato Bay of Plenty Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic
Lenize Potgieter [19] Team Bath/Gauteng Jaguars Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic
Serena Guthrie Northern Mystics Giants Netball
Joanne Harten Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Giants Netball
Ellen Halpenny [20] Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Scottish Sirens
Kristiana Manu'a Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Giants Netball
Jamie-Lee Price Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Giants Netball
Mwai Kumwenda [21] [22] Mainland Tactix Melbourne Vixens

Sources: [1]

Head coaches and captains

TeamHead coachCaptain
Central Pulse Yvette McCausland-Durie Katrina Grant
Mainland Tactix Marianne Delaney-Hoshek [23] [24] (Note 1) Jess Moulds [25] [26] [27] [28]
Northern Mystics Helene Wilson [29] Maria Tutaia
Anna Harrison [30] [31]
Northern Stars Julie Hoornweg [32] Leana de Bruin [33] [34]
Southern Steel [4] [5] Reinga Bloxham [35] Wendy Frew
Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Margaret Forsyth Casey Kopua
Notes

^1 Marianne Delaney-Hoshek replaced Sue Hawkins as Mainland Tactix coach on 24 April. [23] [24]

Source: [1]

Pre-season tournament

In March 2017, Central Pulse and Netball Central hosted the official ANZ Premiership pre-season tournament at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in Ōtaki. All six teams participated in the three day tournament. [36] [37] [38] [39]

Day 1
10 March 2017 Central Pulse 53–40 Northern Mystics  
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  32/38 (84%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  21/27 (78%)
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Tera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  20/24 (83%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  12/16 (75%)
Lahaina-Lee Upu-Toparea Netball.svg  8/11 (73%)
10 March 2017 Southern Steel 74–64 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic  
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  38/40 (95%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  20/27 (74%)
Jennifer O'Connell Netball.svg  9/12 (75%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  7/8 (88%)
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Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  42/44 (95%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  19/25 (76%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  3/4 (75%)
10 March 2017 Northern Stars 51–49 Mainland Tactix  
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  30/34 (88%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  14/18 (78%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  7/10 (70%)
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Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  27/34 (79%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  18/21 (86%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  4/4 (100%)
Day 2
11 March 2017 Central Pulse 48–53 Southern Steel  
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  26/30 (87%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  21/24 (88%)
Mila Reuelu-Buchanan Netball.svg  1/2 (50%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  31/35 (89%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  19/24 (79%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  3/12 (25%)
11 March 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 53–51 Northern Stars  
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  23/26 (88%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  25/30 (83%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  5/6 (83%)
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Malia Vaka Netball.svg  18/23 (78%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  12/16 (75%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  21/25 (84%)
11 March 2017 Mainland Tactix 60–51 Northern Mystics  
Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  16/18 (89%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  29/37 (78%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  15/18 (83%)
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Tera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  9/11 (82%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  26/28 (93%)
Lahaina-Lee Upu-Toparea Netball.svg  16/22 (73%)
11 March 2017 Central Pulse 45–30 (Note 2) Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic  
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  18/22 (82%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  18/24 (75%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  9/10 (90%)
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Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  17/18 (94%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  11/15 (73%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  2/3 (67%)
Day 3
12 March 2017 Southern Steel 70–49 Northern Mystics  
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  39/44 (89%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  20/26 (77%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  11/11 (100%)
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Eseta Autagavaia Netball.svg  26/33 (79%)
Renee Matoe Netball.svg  23/29 (79%)
12 March 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 60–54 Mainland Tactix  
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  45/51 (88%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  13/17 (76%)
Blaze Leslie Netball.svg  2/5 (40%)
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Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  31/39 (79%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  15/20 (75%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  8/12 (67%)
12 March 2017 Central Pulse 45–44 Northern Stars  
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  22/27 (81%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  20/26 (77%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  3/4 (75%)
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Malia Vaka Netball.svg  24/29 (83%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  6/10 (60%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  14/15 (93%)
Notes

^2 40 minute game, 4 x 10 minute quarters.

Regular season

Round 1

The regular season began with a Super Sunday event hosted at Claudelands Arena. There were wins for the host team, Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic and for Central Pulse and Southern Steel. [40] [41] [42] [43]

26 March 2017 Southern Steel 75–57 Northern Stars Claudelands Arena  
2:00 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  52/54 (96%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  3/4 (75%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  20/24 (83%)
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Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  8/10 (80%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  12/13 (92%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  37/40 (93%)
26 March 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 71–48 Mainland Tactix Claudelands Arena  
4:00 pm Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  54/58 (93%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  13/15 (87%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  4/5 (80%)
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Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  27/39 (69%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  9/13 (69%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  12/14 (86%)
26 March 2017 Northern Mystics 55–56 Central Pulse Claudelands Arena  
6:00 pm Bailey Mes Netball.svg  24/27 (89%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  31/37 (84%)
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Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  7/10 (70%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  16/19 (84%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  33/34 (97%)
27 March 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 67–47 Northern Stars Claudelands Arena  
7:40 pm Monica Falkner Netball.svg  15/19 (79%)
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  50/52 (96%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  2/2 (100%)
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Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  12/16 (75%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  12/18 (67%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  23/25 (92%)

Round 2

2 April 2017 Mainland Tactix 37–48 Northern Stars Horncastle Arena  
2:00 pm Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  11/16 (69%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  10/14 (71%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  16/26 (62%)
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Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  18/22 (82%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  19/24 (79%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  11/14 (79%)
3 April 2017 Northern Mystics 67–74 Southern Steel The Trusts Arena  
7:40 pm Bailey Mes Netball.svg  39/43 (91%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  28/39 (72%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  60–69
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  14/19 (74%)
5 April 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 52–50 Central Pulse Energy Events Centre  
7:40 pm Monica Falkner Netball.svg  13/17 (76%)
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  39/46 (85%)
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Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  13/17 (76%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  14/19 (74%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  23/25 (92%)

Round 3

9 April 2017 Central Pulse 48–37 Mainland Tactix TSB Bank Arena  
2:00 pm Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  11/14 (79%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  13/18 (72%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  24/27 (89%)
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Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  7/15 (47%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  14/15 (93%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  16/18 (89%)
10 April 2017 Southern Steel 72–59 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  45/50 (90%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  7/9 (78%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  20/27 (74%)
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Monica Falkner Netball.svg  19/21 (90%)
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  38/41 (93%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  2/4 (50%)
12 April 2017 Northern Stars 44–58 Northern Mystics Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  15/22 (68%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  10/16 (63%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  19/21 (90%)
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Tera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  0/1 (0%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  25/29 (86%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  33/40 (83%)

Round 4

16 April 2017 Northern Mystics 67–62 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic The Trusts Arena  
2:00 pm Bailey Mes Netball.svg  30/33 (91%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  37/44 (84%)
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Monica Falkner Netball.svg  16/23 (70%)
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  46/50 (92%)
17 April 2017 Northern Stars 44–53 Central Pulse Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  7/9 (78%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  3/5 (60%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  34/43 (79%)
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Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  4/6 (67%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  18/22 (82%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  31/34 (91%)
19 April 2017 Mainland Tactix 41–90 Southern Steel Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pm Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  6/10 (60%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  28/32 (88%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  7/8 (88%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  70/75 (93%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  9/15 (60%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  11/13 (85%)

Round 5

23 April 2017 Mainland Tactix 46–61 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Horncastle Arena  
2:00 pm Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  3/6 (50%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  37/44 (84%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  6/14 (43%)
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Monica Falkner Netball.svg  17/18 (94%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  6/8 (75%)
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  38/41 (93%)
24 April 2017 Central Pulse 47–43 Northern Mystics TSB Bank Arena  
7:40 pm Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  19/23 (83%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  28/29 (97%)
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Bailey Mes Netball.svg  27/36 (75%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  16/26 (62%)
26 April 2017 Northern Stars 51–73 Southern Steel Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  5/6 (83%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  8/16 (50%)
Maia Wilson Netball.svg  38/42 (90%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  45/46 (98%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  8/15 (53%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  20/26 (77%)

Round 6

Round 6 featured a second Super Sunday event, hosted by Southern Steel at Stadium Southland. Steel remained unbeaten, while Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic and Northern Stars both claimed close wins. [40] [41] [42] [44]

30 April 2017 Central Pulse 49–50 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Stadium Southland  
2:00 pm Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  24/33 (73%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  25/28 (89%)
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Monica Falkner Netball.svg  17/19 (89%)
Lenise Potgieter Netball.svg  33/38 (87%)
30 April 2017 Southern Steel 66–46 Northern Mystics Stadium Southland  
4:00 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  50/59 (85%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  3/4 (75%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  13/19 (68%)
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Tera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  2/4 (50%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  22/27 (81%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  22/33 (67%)
30 April 2017 Mainland Tactix 44–49 Northern Stars Stadium Southland  
6:00 pm Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  26/35 (74%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  8/11 (73%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  10/12 (83%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  32/37 (86%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  17/22 (77%)
Jess Taane Netball.svg  0/1 (0%)
1 May 2017 Southern Steel 63–50 Central Pulse Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  49/54 (91%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  14/23 (61%)
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Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  24/31 (77%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  26/26 (100%)
3 May 2017 Northern Mystics 71–47 Mainland Tactix The Trusts Arena  
7:40 pmTera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  6/6 (100%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  45/51 (88%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  20/23 (87%)
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Ellie Bird Netball.svg  22/25 (88%)
Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  4/6 (67%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  15/18 (83%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  6/8 (75%)

Round 7

7 May 2017 Southern Steel 61—55 Mainland Tactix More FM Arena  
2:00 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  29/31 (94%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  16/19 (84%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  16/23 (70%)
Stats Ellie Bird Netball.svg  34/39 (87%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  17/25 (68%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  4/5 (80%)
8 May 2017 Central Pulse 55—37 Northern Stars TSB Bank Arena  
7:40 pm Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  31/36 (86%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  22/23 (96%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  2/2 (100%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  31/38 (82%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  6/9 (67%)
10 May 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 55—59 Northern Mystics Claudelands Arena  
7:00 pm Lenise Potgieter Netball.svg  38/42 (90%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  10/14 (71%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  7/9 (78%)
Stats Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  31/36 (86%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  28/35 (80%)

Round 8

14 May 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 61—65 Southern Steel Energy Events Centre  
2:00 pm Lenise Potgieter Netball.svg  46/49 (94%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  12/16 (75%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  3/3 (100%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  49/56 (88%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  16/21 (76%)
15 May 2017 Mainland Tactix 38—52 Central Pulse Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pmEllie Bird Netball.svg  30/36 (83%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  5/6 (83%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  2/5 (40%)
Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  1/3 (33%)
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Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  25/28 (89%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  26/27 (96%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  1/2 (50%)
17 May 2017 Northern Stars 59—53 Northern Mystics ASB Kohimarama, Auckland  
7:40 pm Maia Wilson Netball.svg  37/41 (90%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  12/13 (92%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  10/11 (91%)
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Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  23/29 (79%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  30/37 (81%)

Round 9

21 May 2017 Mainland Tactix 51—63 Northern Mystics Trafalgar Centre  
2:00 pmEllie Bird Netball.svg  43/48 (90%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  4/4 (100%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  3/5 (60%)
Kadeen Corbin Netball.svg  1/1 (100%)
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Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  30/36 (83%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  32/38 (84%)
Tera-Maria Amani Netball.svg  1/2 (50%)
22 May 2017 Northern Stars 55—50 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Maia Wilson Netball.svg  26/31 (84%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  18/24 (75%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  11/15 (73%)
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Lenise Potgieter Netball.svg  34/37 (92%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  16/21 (76%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  0/1 (0%)
24 May 2017 Central Pulse 44—80 Southern Steel Te Rauparaha Arena  
7:40 pm Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  26/28 (93%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  11/18 (61%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  7/8 (88%)
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Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  66/70 (94%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  14/21 (67%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  0/2 (0%)

Round 10

28 May 2017 Southern Steel 82—58 Northern Stars Stadium Southland  
2:00 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  56/59 (95%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  25/29 (86%)
Jennifer O'Connell Netball.svg  1/3 (33%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  42/46 (91%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  13/19 (68%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  3/5 (60%)
29 May 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 65 – 46 Mainland Tactix Claudelands Arena  
7:40 pm Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  46/49 (94%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  13/14 (93%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  6/6 (100%)
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Ellie Bird Netball.svg  33/39 (85%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  7/8 (88%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  6/8 (75%)
31 May 2017 Northern Mystics 64–53 Central Pulse North Shore Events Centre  
7:40 pm Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  30/37 (81%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  34/38 (89%)
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Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  36/36 (100%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  12/20 (60%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  5/5 (100%)

Round 11

4 June 2017 Northern Stars 43 – 46 Mainland Tactix Vodafone Events Centre  
2:00 pm Maia Wilson Netball.svg  27/30 (90%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  13/19 (68%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  3/7 (43%)
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Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  32/34 (94%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  14/19 (74%)
5 June 2017 Central Pulse 62–45 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Central Energy Trust Arena  
7:40pm Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  31/33 (94%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  31/36 (86%)
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Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  34/37 (92%)
Amorangi Malesala Netball.svg  3/4 (75%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  6/7 (86%)
Grace Rasmussen Netball.svg  2/2 (100%)
7 June 2017 Southern Steel 68 – 67 Northern Mystics More FM Arena  
7:40 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  53/58 (91%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  15/20 (75%)
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Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  20/27 (74%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  47/50 (94%)

Round 12

The third Super Sunday event was hosted by Northern Mystics at The Trusts Arena. Southern Steel remain unbeaten. Mystics and Central Pulse were the other winners on the day. [40] [41] [42] [45]

11 June 2017 Southern Steel 78–59 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic The Trusts Arena  
2:00 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  60/66 (91%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  18/23 (78%)
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Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  34/38 (89%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  25/33 (76%)
11 June 2017 Northern Mystics 60–54 Northern Stars The Trusts Arena  
4:00 pm Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  33/39 (85%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  27/29 (93%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  36/39 (92%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  14/20 (70%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  4/7 (57%)
11 June 2017 Central Pulse 56–37 Mainland Tactix The Trusts Arena  
6:00 pm Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  28/28 (100%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  28/34 (82%)
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Ellie Bird Netball.svg  19/26 (73%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  13/17 (76%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  5/8 (63%)
12 June 2017 Northern Mystics 59–58 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic The Trusts Arena  
7:40 pm Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  34/42 (81%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  25/30 (83%)
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Stats
Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  39/42 (93%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  19/24 (79%)
14 June 2017 Mainland Tactix 46–51 Southern Steel Horncastle Arena  
6:00 pmEllie Bird Netball.svg  35/41 (85%)
Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  11/14 (79%)
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Jennifer O'Connell Netball.svg  38/45 (84%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  8/15 (53%)
Olivia Bates Netball.svg  4/6 (67%)
Aliyah Dunn Netball.svg  1/2 (50%)
14 June 2017 Central Pulse 57–47 Northern Stars Te Rauparaha Arena  
8:00 pm Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  35/36 (97%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  22/27 (81%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  20/22 (91%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  12/16 (75%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  15/23 (65%)

Round 13

18 June 2017 Northern Mystics 46–57 Mainland Tactix The Trusts Arena  
2:00 pm Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  24/28 (86%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  22/23 (96%)
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Brooke Leaver Netball.svg  32/39 (82%)
Anna Thompson Netball.svg  25/33 (76%)
19 June 2017 Southern Steel 64–51 Central Pulse Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  51/53 (96%)
Jamie Hume Netball.svg  6/8 (75%)
Olivia Bates Netball.svg  4/4 (100%)
Jennifer O'Connell Netball.svg  3/6 (50%)
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Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  28/29 (97%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  12/15 (80%)
Te Amo Amaru-Tibble Netball.svg  11/12 (92%)
21 June 2017 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 58–45 Northern Stars ASB Baypark Stadium  
7:40 pm Lenize Potgieter Netball.svg  37/38 (97%)
Monica Falkner Netball.svg  21/23 (91%)
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Maia Wilson Netball.svg  22/28 (79%)
Malia Vaka Netball.svg  15/18 (83%)
Afa Rusivakula Netball.svg  8/10 (80%)

Sources: [1] [3]

Final ladder

PosTeamPWLGFGAGDG%BPPts
1 Southern Steel 151501062812250130.79%030
2 Central Pulse 159678375627103.57%220
3 Northern Mystics 158787885127111.35%319
4 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 157887384825102.95%519
5 Northern Stars 15411738868-13085.02%19
6 Mainland Tactix 15213676875-19977.26%26

  Qualified for Grand final and the 2017 Netball New Zealand Super Club
  Qualified for Elimination final and the 2017 Netball New Zealand Super Club

Source: [7]

Finals Series

Elimination final

25 June 2017
2:00 pm
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Central Pulse 59–52 Northern Mystics    TSB Bank Arena Sky Sport
Scoring by quarter:10–16, 28–30, 45–44, 59–52
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  35/37 (95%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  24/28 (86%)
Maria Tutaia Netball.svg  33/35 (94%)
Bailey Mes Netball.svg  19/24 (79%)

Grand final

28 June
7:40 pm

Stats
Southern Steel 69–53 Central Pulse    Stadium Southland Sky Sport
Scoring by quarter:18–10, 35–20, 55–38, 69–53
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Netball.svg  56/60 (93%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit Netball.svg  13/19 (68%)
Tiana Metuarau Netball.svg  27/30 (90%)
Cathrine Tuivaiti Netball.svg  26/29 (90%)

Sources: [8] [9] [10] [11]

Award winners

AwardWinnerTeam
ANZ Premiership Player of the Year [46] Jane Watson Southern Steel

Season statistics

Goal Shooters (by %)
Pos.PlayerTeamGoal (%)
1 Cathrine Tuivaiti Central Pulse Netball.svg  483/509 (95%)
2 Jhaniele Fowler-Reid Southern Steel Netball.svg  790/859 (92%)
3 Lenize Potgieter Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Netball.svg  606/658 (92%)
4 Maia Wilson Northern Stars Netball.svg  434/496 (88%)
5 Bailey Mes Northern Mystics Netball.svg  475/549 (87%)
Defensive Rebounds
Pos.PlayerTeamD/Reb.
1 Phoenix Karaka Central Pulse 28
2 Casey Kopua Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 27
3 Katrina Grant Central Pulse 24
4= Kelly Jury Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 21
4= Anna Harrison Northern Mystics 21

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