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    A slow start hurt the Central Pulse in tonight's ANZ Premiership netball match against the Northern Stars in Palmerston North - with the Stars claiming a 57-53 win

    A slow start hurt the Central Pulse in tonight's ANZ Premiership netball match against the Northern Stars in Palmerston North - with the Stars claiming a 57-53 win


    The Stars lead the Pulse 20 points to 12 in the first quarter.

    Pulse captain Claire Kersten told Sky Sport they fell behind too easily in the first spell.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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