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    Netball New Zealand is confident its umpires can handle on court incidents

    Netball New Zealand is confident its umpires can handle on court incidents


    In round one of the ANZ Premiership, a video emerged of Stars shooter Maia Wilson making contact with Central Pulse defender Parris Mason's face - but the umpires didn't see it.

    Netball New Zealand head of events and international Kate Agnew says Wilson has apologised to the Pulse.

    In terms of the officiating, she says umpires have the ability to take charge if they see something.

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