Netball: Kiwi players to add skill value in NSL

Singapore's goal shooter Charmaine Soh facing the challenge of a Swaziland player last December. Soh has trained and played with some of the New Zealand players and said they shared on-court advice that she found helpful.
Singapore's goal shooter Charmaine Soh facing the challenge of a Swaziland player last December. Soh has trained and played with some of the New Zealand players and said they shared on-court advice that she found helpful.PHOTO: NETBALL SINGAPORE

New Zealanders making their debut for NSL sides will deliver benefits for Singapore squad

The second round of the M1 Netball Super League (NSL) is set to get a lift with the first-time inclusion of players from New Zealand since the competition started in 2000.

Among the faces arriving next month to play for local clubs are Claudine Wallace, Kendra Falefitu and Elizabeth Ene, who played in the Beko Netball League in New Zealand last season.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 21, 2018, with the headline 'Kiwi players to add skill value'. Print Edition | Subscribe