The Dunedin contingent of the South team looked pretty
comfortable yesterday with the inaugural national league
trophy at Dunedin International Airport yesterday.
The richly bred One
Over Da Moon will be serving two roles next season.
The Southern Steel's stunning season shows no sign of
abating, judging by its comfortable 65-56 win over the
Melbourne Vixens in Invercargill on Saturday.
The south is rapidly shaping up as the powerhouse of New
Zealand netball, judging by South's win in the national
league final in Auckland last night.
The mutual respect between fans of the All Blacks and the
Welsh is not just skin deep.
A glance at the forecast and the track rating this morning
should give punters a guide for the Kelvin Tyler-trained
runners in the $30,000 Amberley Cup at Riccarton later today.
Good luck to the Wingatui connections of New Years Jay, who
makes her North Island debut at Alexandra Park tonight.
A runaway win to Midnight Cappa at Oamaru yesterday gave
Rangiora trainer Richard Ryan his second success as a
Phil Williamson would love to see Brads Kenny back at Forbury
Park in the next fortnight or so.
Do not be surprised if Come Fly With Me is at Riccarton
during New Zealand Cup week.
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