In a very different looking season after extensive scouting across our zone at Wintec Talent ID Roadshows, Centre Netball leagues and localised Tournaments, the Netball WBOP Zone Performance team is excited to announce the following players that have been named in the

Netball New Zealand has advised Netball Centres around the country to postpone all training and competitions until Friday 14 August due to the change in COVID-19 alert levels.

Are you …

  • A keen, hardworking netballer who would like to be considered for selection into the WBOP Zone Performance Squads for 2020/2021
  • Under 16 as at 31 Dec 2020 (Year 10 and above)
Netball Legends speak on record about our most popular women’s sport.  Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty stalwarts, Ruth Atkin and Casey Kopua, share their thoughts and experiences on the highest highs and lowest lows of New Zealand Netball..  click here to view the full article

If there is a finger on the pulse of Netball in Rotorua – it belongs to Mary Thompson.

As sports face the significant impacts of Covid-19, getting professional leagues and community sport back up and running poses many challenges. But Netball NZ chief executive, Jennie Wyllie, believes her sport is primed for a return - and ready to share its wisdom with other codes.

During the current COVID-19 crisis, Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty is still in operation and all staff are still working hard to support our netball community.

On Sunday 29 March, the Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone held its 7th Annual General Meeting, in a very historic environment.

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