2018 Pre-Season Netball Tournament
March 19, 2018
The Te Wānanga o Raukawa owned Ngā Purapura facility in Ōtaki will again host some of the world’s top netballers in action at the up-coming pre-season tournament on April 20-22.
The partnership between Te Wānanga o Raukawa and the Central Pulse continues to develop as TWoR come on board for another year as Principal Sponsor (Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse).
With the success of the 2017 tournament held in March last year it was inevitable that another tournament of this kind would again be on the cards for 2018.
Te Wānanga o Raukawa will again, have the pleasure of hosting all six teams; Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse, Northern Mystics, Northern Stars, Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic, Silvermoon Tactix and Southern Steel.
CEO, Mereana Selby, says “In accordance with our values of manaakitanga, kawa and tikanga, a pōwhiri has been organised for Thursday afternoon to welcome all six teams onto our campus.”
Netball fans will be treated to an action packed tournament with access to ten games in total.
The Northern Mystics and Southern Steel are first to take the court at 1pm Friday.
Ngā Purapura, Ōtaki offers excellent viewing for netball lovers and great facilities, including our Ngā Purapura Cafe.
Tickets will be on sale from March 23rd so don’t miss out!!!
TICKET UPDATE: Door sales only-all sessions are available at Ngā Purapura, Ōtaki.
Online option has now closed.
2 years and under who will not occupy a seat will be free of charge.
(Sessions 1-3) 1 game per session
$12 per session
(Sessions 4 & 5) 2 games per session
$20 per session
Family concession card $70 (2 adults and 2 children)
(Session 6) 3 games
$30 full day
Family concession card $100 (2 adults and 2 children)
Tournament Pass $99 (10 games)
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