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Written: 11 August 2017

The Nambawan Super Tiare Netball Team fared well in the 2017 World Masters in Auckland, New Zealand coming fourth in the 30 to 35 years Social Competitive Division.
The team played against 10 teams from New Zealand and Australia. NSL Tiare had matches against the Royal New Zealand Air Force and the New Zealand Defence Force, Western Australian Red Dirt Warriors, Fern Tactics and New Zealand Netball Clubs such as Dyehards, Mighty Manawatu Gals, Raiders, Bring It On and Matariki.

It is the third time NSL Tiare has taken part in the Masters Games.

The first experience was in Cairns at the Great Barrier Reef Masters Games in 2013, the second was in 2014 at the Pan Pacific Masters Games in Gold Coast Brisbane and the third in Auckland New Zealand. The team conducted fundraising activities continuously and vigorously and pay individual levy fees to meet the cost of travel, accommodation and logistics.
The team is now fundraising towards the 2021 World Masters games in Kansai, Japan.

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