2018 ANZ Premiership season

The 2018 ANZ Premiership season was the second season of Netball New Zealand's ANZ Premiership.[1] With a team coached by Reinga Bloxham, captained by Wendy Frew and featuring Gina Crampton, Shannon Francois, Te Paea Selby-Rickit and Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit, Southern Steel retained the title, winning their second consecutive premiership. Central Pulse finished the regular season as minor premiers. However, in the grand final Steel defeated Pulse 54–53.[2][3][4][5][6][7] The top three teams from the season – Steel, Pulse and Mainland Tactix qualified for the 2018 Netball New Zealand Super Club.[8][9]

2018 ANZ Premiership season
LeagueANZ Premiership
SportNetball
Duration6 May – 12 August 2018
Number of teams6
TV partner(s)Sky Sport (New Zealand)
Minor PremiersCentral Pulse
Season MVPKatrina Grant (Central Pulse)
Top scorerMaia Wilson (Northern Stars)
Finals
ChampionsSouthern Steel
  Runners-upCentral Pulse
ANZ Premiership seasons

TransfersEdit

Player 2017 team 2018 team
Aliyah Dunn[10] Southern Steel Central Pulse
Sulu Fitzpatrick[11] Northern Stars Central Pulse
Kate Beveridge[12] West Coast Fever Mainland Tactix
Kimiora Poi[12][13] Central Zone Mainland Tactix
Jane Watson[14][15][16][17] Southern Steel Mainland Tactix
Jamie Hume[18] Southern Steel Northern Mystics
Phoenix Karaka[19] Central Pulse Northern Mystics
Ama Agbeze[20][21] Adelaide Thunderbirds Northern Stars
Paula Griffin Northern Mystics Northern Stars
Ellen Halpenny UWS Sirens Northern Stars
Grace Kara[22][23] Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Northern Stars
Anna Thompson[24] Mainland Tactix Northern Stars
Malysha Kelly[25][26] (Note 1) Adelaide Thunderbirds Southern Steel
Hayley Saunders[27] Mainland Tactix Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic
Jhaniele Fowler-Reid[28][29] Southern Steel West Coast Fever
Leana de Bruin[21][30] Northern Stars Adelaide Thunderbirds
Sasha Corbin[31] Northern Mystics Hertfordshire Mavericks
Kadeen Corbin[32] Mainland Tactix Team Bath
Sara Bayman[33] Central Pulse UWS Sirens
Cathrine Tuivaiti[34] Central Pulse Adelaide Thunderbirds
Notes

^1 Malysha Kelly was injured during pre-season.[35][36]

Sources:[1][37]

Head coaches and captainsEdit

Team Head coach Captain
Central Pulse Yvette McCausland-Durie Katrina Grant
Mainland Tactix[38] Marianne Delaney-Hoshek Jess Maclennan
Jane Watson
Northern Mystics[39] Helene Wilson Anna Harrison
Northern Stars Kiri Wills[40][41] Grace Kara[22][42]
Southern Steel[4][43] Reinga Bloxham Wendy Frew[44]
Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic[45] Margaret Forsyth Casey Kopua

Source:[1]

Pre-seasonEdit

The official pre-season tournament was held at Te Wānanga o Raukawa in Otaki from 20–22 April, with all six teams competing.[46]

Day 1
Fri 20 April Southern Steel 53–44 Northern Mystics  
1:00 pm Report
Fri 20 April Central Pulse 64–46 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic  
4:00 pm
Fri 20 April Northern Stars 55–52 Mainland Tactix  
7:00 pm
Day 2
Sat 21 April Central Pulse 64–40 Southern Steel  
12:00 pm
Sat 21 April Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 65–53 Northern Stars  
2:00 pm
Sat 21 April Mainland Tactix 54–46 Northern Mystics  
5:00 pm
Sat 21 April Central Pulse 48–29 Northern Stars  
7:00 pm
Day 3
Sun 22 April Mainland Tactix 50–44 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic  
10:00 pm
Sun 22 April Southern Steel 66–53 Northern Stars  
12:00 pm
Sun 22 April Central Pulse 59–46 Northern Mystics  
2:00 pm

Sources:[47][48]

Regular seasonEdit

Round 1Edit

The regular season started later than usual on 6 May, delayed because of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.[49] It began with a Super Sunday event hosted at Fly Palmy Arena. There were wins for Southern Steel, Central Pulse and Mainland Tactix.[50]

Sun 6 May Northern Mystics 47–55 Southern Steel Fly Palmy Arena  
2:10 pm Tera-Maria Amani   19/21 (90%)
Jamie Hume   14/20 (70%)
Bailey Mes   14/27 (52%)
Report
Stats
Olivia Bates   0/3 (0%)
Jennifer O'Connell   20/23 (87%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   35/46 (76%)
Sun 6 May Central Pulse 45–33 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Fly Palmy Arena  
4:10 pm Aliyah Dunn   15/17 (88%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   20/28 (71%)
Tiana Metuarau   10/11 (91%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   8/12 (67%)
Amorangi Malesala   23/29 (79%)
Harley Smith   2/5 (40%)
Sun 6 May Northern Stars 60–61 Mainland Tactix Fly Palmy Arena  
6:10 pm Paula Griffin   19/28 (68%)
Ellen Halpenny   5/7 (71%)
Maia Wilson   36/44 (82%)
Report
Stats
Kate Beveridge   21/25 (84%)
Ellie Bird   30/38 (79%)
Brooke Leaver   10/10 (100%)
Mon 7 May Central Pulse 62–51 Southern Steel Fly Palmy Arena  
7:40 pm Aliyah Dunn   41/45 (91%)
Tiana Metuarau   21/22 (95%)
Report
Stats
Jennifer O'Connell   33/39 (85%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   18/27 (67%)
Wed 9 May Northern Mystics 39–42 Mainland Tactix The Trusts Arena  
7:40 pm Tera-Maria Amani   9/11 (82%)
Maria Folau   17/24 (71%)
Jamie Hume   7/12 (58%)
Bailey Mes   6/8 (75%)
Report
Stats
Kate Beveridge   16/18 (89%)
Ellie Bird   25/32 (78%)
Brooke Leaver   1/3 (33%)

Round 2Edit

Sun 13 May Northern Mystics 60–54 Northern Stars The Trusts Arena  
4:10 pm Maria Folau   25/31 (81%)
Jamie Hume   5/10 (50%)
Bailey Mes   30/42 (71%)
Report
Stats
Paula Griffin   4/8 (50%)
Ellen Halpenny   14/19 (74%)
Maia Wilson   36/39 (92%)
Mon 14 May Central Pulse 52–44 Mainland Tactix TSB Bank Arena  
7:40 pm Aliyah Dunn   33/40 (83%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   3/4 (75%)
Tiana Metuarau   16/17 (94%)
Report
Stats
Kate Beveridge   18/25 (72%)
Ellie Bird   13/17 (76%)
Brooke Leaver   13/16 (81%)
Wed 16 May Southern Steel 64–60 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic More FM Arena  
7:40 pm Olivia Bates   3/3 (100%)
Jennifer O'Connell   29/35 (83%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   32/39 (82%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   24/27 (89%)
Amorangi Malesala   4/5 (80%)
Lenize Potgieter   32/39 (82%)

Round 3Edit

Sun 20 May Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 46–61 Central Pulse Claudelands Arena  
4:10 pm Monica Falkner   4/7 (57%)
Lenize Potgieter   40/43 (93%)
Harley Smith   2/4 (50%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   38/40 (95%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   14/18 (78%)
Tiana Metuarau   9/12 (75%)
Mon 21 May Southern Steel 56–52 Northern Mystics ILT Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jennifer O'Connell   37/42 (88%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   19/24 (79%)
Report
Stats
Tera-Maria Amani   6/7 (86%)
Jamie Hume   15/24 (63%)
Bailey Mes   31/31 (100%)
Wed 23 May Mainland Tactix 49–48 Northern Stars Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pm Kate Beveridge   17/21 (81%)
Ellie Bird   24/31 (77%)
[Brooke Leaver   8/8 (100%)
Report
Stats
Paula Griffin   15/19 (79%)
Ellen Halpenny   1/3 (33%)
Maia Wilson   32/40 (80%)

Round 4Edit

Sun 27 May Northern Stars 53–64 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Vodafone Events Centre  
4:10 pm Paula Griffin   20/26 (77%)
Ellen Halpenny   5/8 (63%)
Maia Wilson   28/32 (88%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   22/26 (85%)
Lenize Potgieter   42/46 (91%)
Mon 28 May Mainland Tactix 49–53 Northern Mystics Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pm Kate Beveridge   13/16 (81%)
Ellie Bird   36/47 (77%)
Report
Stats
Jamie Hume   24/34 (71%)
Bailey Mes   29/36 (81%)
Wed 30 May Central Pulse 71–40 Southern Steel Te Rauparaha Arena  
7:40 pm Aliyah Dunn   50/54 (93%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   12/19 (63%)
Tiana Metuarau   9/12 (75%)
Report
Stats
Olivia Bates   1/3 (33%)
Jennifer O'Connell   21/26 (81%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   18/27 (67%)

Round 5Edit

Sun 3 Jun Southern Steel 63–61 Northern Stars ILT Stadium Southland  
4:10 pm Olivia Bates   5/6 (83%)
Jennifer O'Connell   21/27 (78%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   37/46 (80%)
Report
Stats
Paula Griffin   19/22 (86%)
Maia Wilson   42/45 (93%)
Sun 3 Jun Northern Mystics 38–60 Central Pulse The Trusts Arena  
6:10 pm Jamie Hume   19/28 (68%)
Bailey Mes   19/27 (70%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   39/42 (93%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   16/18 (89%)
Tiana Metuarau   5/7 (71%)
Wed 6 Jun Mainland Tactix 48–55 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pm Kate Beveridge   11/15 (73%)
Ellie Bird   32/46 (70%)
Brooke Leaver   5/10 (50%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   10/19 (53%)
Amorangi Malesala   3/3 (100%)
Lenize Potgieter   42/45 (93%)

Round 6Edit

The second Super Sunday event was hosted at Horncastle Arena. There were wins for Southern Steel, Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic and Northern Mystics.[51]

Sun 10 Jun Northern Stars 60–63 Southern Steel Horncastle Arena  
12:10 pm Paula Griffin   12/13 (92%)
Ellen Halpenny   10/13 (77%)
Maia Wilson   38/46 (83%)
Report
Stats
Jennifer O'Connell   37/44 (84%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   26/30 (87%)
Sun 10 Jun Mainland Tactix 47–48 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Horncastle Arena  
2:10 pm Kate Beveridge   6/8 (75%)
Ellie Bird   31/45 (69%)
Brooke Leaver   10/16 (63%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   12/12 (100%)
Amorangi Malesala   2/3 (67%)
Lenize Potgieter   34/41 (83%)
Sun 10 Jun Central Pulse 51–52 Northern Mystics Horncastle Arena  
4:10 pm Aliyah Dunn   36/40 (90%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   6/10 (60%)
Tiana Metuarau   9/10 (90%)
Report
Stats
Maria Folau   22/25 (88%)
Jamie Hume   7/9 (78%)
Bailey Mes   23/26 (88%)
Mon 11 Jun Mainland Tactix 52–53 Southern Steel Horncastle Arena  
5:40 pm Kate Beveridge   1/1 (100%)
Ellie Bird   36/42 (86%)
Brooke Leaver   15/22 (68%)
Report
Stats
Olivia Bates   1/5 (20%)
Jennifer O'Connell   28/33 (85%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   24/33 (73%)
Wed 13 Jun Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 64–61 Northern Stars ASB Baypark Arena  
5:40 pm Monica Falkner   16/21 (76%)
Amorangi Malesala   1/2 (50%)
Lenize Potgieter   47/52 (90%)
Report
Stats
Paula Griffin   18/23 (78%)
Ellen Halpenny   6/7 (86%)
Maia Wilson   37/40 (93%)

Round 7Edit

Sun 17 Jun Central Pulse 63–48 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic TSB Bank Arena  
2:10 pm Aliyah Dunn   45/49 (92%)
Tiana Metuarau   18/20 (90%)
Report
Stats
Monica Falkner   15/20 (75%)
Lenize Potgieter   33/35 (94%)
Mon 18 Jun Northern Stars 56–53 Mainland Tactix Vodafone Events Centre  
5:40 pm Paula Griffin   20/26 (77%)
Maia Wilson   36/40 (90%)
Report
Stats
Kate Beveridge   5/8 (63%)
Ellie Bird   45/51 (88%)
Brooke Leaver]]   3/4 (75%)
Wed 20 Jun Northern Mystics 62–57 Southern Steel North Shore Events Centre  
5:40 pm Maria Folau   29/35 (83%)
Bailey Mes   33/37 (89%)
Report
Stats
Jennifer O'Connell   41/46 (89%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   16/25 (64%)

Round 8Edit

Sun 24 Jun Southern Steel 52–53 Mainland Tactix More FM Arena  
4:10 pm Jennifer O'Connell   42/52 (81%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   10/16 (63%)
Report
Stats
Kate Beveridge   9/12 (75%)
Ellie Bird   38/43 (88%)
Brooke Leaver   6/9 (67%)
Mon 25 Jun Central Pulse 66–50 Northern Stars Te Rauparaha Arena  
7:40 pm Aliyah Dunn   40/43 (93%)
Tiana Metuarau   26/30 (87%)
Report
Stats
Paula Griffin   2/4 (50%)
Ellen Halpenny   7/8 (88%)
Maia Wilson   41/42 (98%)
Wed 27 Jun Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 67–52 Northern Mystics Claudelands Arena  
7:40 pm Monica Falkner   17/22 (77%)
Lenize Potgieter   50/53 (94%)
Report
Stats
Maria Folau   17/20 (85%)
Jamie Hume   13/19 (68%)
Bailey Mes   22/27 (81%)

Round 9Edit

Sun 1 Jul Mainland Tactix 50–40 Northern Mystics Trafalgar Centre  
4:15 pm Ellie Bird   42/51 (82%)
Brooke Leaver   8/13 (62%)
Report
Stats
Tera-Marie Amani   2/2 (100%)
Jamie Hume   11/19 (58%)
Bailey Mes   27/32 (84%)
Mon 2 Jul Southern Steel 51–47 Central Pulse ILT Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jennifer O'Connell   30/37 (81%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   21/28 (75%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   22/23 (96%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   11/12 (92%)
Tiana Metuarau   14/20 (70%)
Wed 4 Jul Northern Stars 56–41 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Maia Wilson   42/46 (91%)
Paula Griffin   11/12 (92%)
Ellen Halpenny   3/5 (60%)
Report
Stats
Lenize Potgieter   34/38 (89%)
Amorangi Malesala   10/14 (71%)
Monica Falkner   7/11 (64%)

Round 10Edit

Sun 8 Jul Northern Mystics 55–58 Northern Stars The Trusts Arena,  
4:10 pm Bailey Mes   31/37 (84%)
Jamie Hume   24/32 (75%)
Report
Stats
Maia Wilson   48/54 (89%)
Paula Griffin   10/10 (100%)
Mon 9 Jul Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 60–76 Southern Steel Claudelands Arena  
7:40 pm Lenize Potgieter   41/41 (100%)
Monica Falkner   19/22 (86%)
Report
Stats
Jennifer O'Connell   53/55 (96%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   23/26 (88%)
Wed 11 Jul Mainland Tactix 36–47 Central Pulse Horncastle Arena  
7:40 pm Ellie Bird   19/24 (79%)
Kate Beveridge   10/13 (77%)
Brooke Leaver   7/7 (100%)
Gemma Hazeldine   0/1 (0%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   25/29 (86%)
Tiana Metuarau   13/16 (81%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   9/11 (82%)

Round 11Edit

Sun 15 Jul Northern Stars 50–65 Central Pulse Vodafone Events Centre  
4:10 pm Maia Wilson   32/34 (94%)
Paula Griffin   17/21 (81%)
Ellen Halpenny   1/2 (50%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   40/44 (91%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   13/17 (76%)
Tiana Metuarau   12/14 (86%)
Mon 16 Jul Southern Steel 59–56 Mainland Tactix ILT Stadium Southland  
7:40 pm Jen O'Connell   40/49 (82%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   19/23 (83%)
Report
Stats
Ellie Bird   40/51 (78%)
Brooke Leaver   16/22 (73%)
Wed 18 Jul Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 46–53 Northern Mystics Energy Events Centre  
7:40 pm Lenize Potgieter   39/43 (91%)
Monica Falkner   6/10 (60%)
Amorangi Malesala   1/4 (25%)
Report
Stats
Tera-Maria Amani   32/34 (94%)
Bailey Mes   17/21 (81%)
Jamie Hume   4/8 (50%)

Round 12Edit

The third Super Sunday was hosted at the Vodafone Events Centre. There were wins for Mainland Tactix, Northern Mystics and Southern Steel.[52]

Sun 22 Jul Mainland Tactix 44–39 Central Pulse Vodafone Events Centre  
2:10 pm Ellie Bird   35/41 (85%)
Kate Beveridge   6/8 (75%)
Brooke Leaver   3/5 (60%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   17/20 (85%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   14/16 (88%)
Tiana Metuarau   8/12 (67%)
Sun 22 Jul Northern Stars 52–70 Northern Mystics Vodafone Events Centre  
4:10 pm Maia Wilson   39/45 (87%)
Paula Griffin   12/15 (80%)
Ellen Halpenny   1/1 (100%)
Report
Stats
Bailey Mes   31/35 (89%)
Maria Folau   29/34 (85%)
Tera-Maria Amani   10/10 (100%)
Sun 22 Jul Southern Steel 75–58 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Vodafone Events Centre  
6:10 pm Jen O'Connell   51/63 (81%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   24/27 (89%)
Report
Stats
Lenize Potgieter   42/44 (95%)
Monica Falkner   16/20 (80%)
Mon 23 Jul Northern Stars 48–66 Central Pulse Vodafone Events Centre  
7:40 pm Maia Wilson   38/43 (88%)
Ellen Halpenny   7/13 (54%)
Paula Griffin   3/4 (75%)
Report
Stats
Aliyah Dunn   31/32 (97%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   29/35 (83%)
Tiana Metuarau   6/7 (86%)
Wed 25 Jul Northern Mystics 62–44 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic The Trusts Arena  
7:40 pm Maria Folau   36/40 (90%)
Bailey Mes   26/32 (81%)
Report
Stats
Lenize Potgieter   38/40 (95%)
Monica Falkner   4/7 (57%)
Amorangi Malesala   2/3 (67%)

Round 13Edit

Sun 29 Jul Northern Stars 65–59 Southern Steel Vodafone Events Centre  
4:10 pm Maia Wilson   41/44 (93%)
Paula Griffin   24/26 (92%)
Report
Stats
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   48/52 (92%)
Olivia Bates   11/14 (79%)
Mon 30 Jul Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 60–62 Mainland Tactix Claudelands Arena  
7:40 pm Lenize Potgieter   44/47 (94%)
Monica Falkner   16/18 (89%)
Report
Stats
Ellie Bird   54/61 (89%)
Brooke Leaver   8/11 (73%)
Wed 1 Aug Central Pulse 55–48 Northern Mystics TSB Bank Arena  
7:40 pm Ameliaranne Ekenasio   30/37 (81%)
Aliyah Dunn   20/24 (83%)
Tiana Metuarau   5/5 (100%)
Report
Stats
Maria Folau   33/44 (75%)
Bailey Mes   15/20 (75%)

Final ladderEdit

Pos Team P W L GF GA GD G% BP Pts
1 Central Pulse 15 12 3 850 679 +171 125.2 3 27
2 Southern Steel 15 10 5 874 866 +8 100.9 2 22
3 Mainland Tactix 15 7 8 746 761 −15 98 5 19
4 Northern Mystics 15 7 8 783 796 −13 98.4 3 17
5 Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 15 5 10 804 878 −74 91.6 3 13
6 Northern Stars 15 4 11 832 909 −77 91.5 5 13

  Qualified for Grand final and the 2018 Netball New Zealand Super Club
  Qualified for Elimination final and the 2018 Netball New Zealand Super Club

Source:[3]


Finals SeriesEdit

Elimination finalEdit

Wed 8 Aug
7:45 pm
Report
Stats
Southern Steel 53–49 Mainland Tactix    ILT Stadium Southland Sky Sport
Scoring by quarter: 15-12, 13-17, 12-12, 13-8
Jen O'Connell   38/40 (95%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   15/22 (68%)
Ellie Bird   42/45 (93%)
Kate Beveridge   4/5 (80%)
Brooke Leaver   3/3 (100%)

Grand finalEdit

Sun 12 Aug
4:15 pm
Central Pulse 53–54 Southern Steel    Fly Palmer Arena Sky Sport
Scoring by quarter: 16–14, 14–14, 12–14, 11–16
Aliyah Dunn   32/35 (91%)
Ameliaranne Ekenasio   17/25 (68%)
Tiana Metuarau   4/4 (100%)
Jen O'Connell   40/44 (91%)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit   14/18 (78%)

Source:[5][6][7]

Award winnersEdit

Award Winner Team
ANZ Premiership Player of the Year[53] Katrina Grant Central Pulse

Season statisticsEdit

Goal Shooters (by %)
Pos. Player Team Goal (%)
1 Lenize Potgieter Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic   558/606 (92%)
2 Aliyah Dunn Central Pulse   524/577 (91%)
3 Maia Wilson Northern Stars   566/633 (89%)
4 Jennifer O'Connell Southern Steel   563/657 (86%)
5 Tiana Metuarau Central Pulse   185/219 (84%)
Defensive Rebounds
Pos. Player Team D/Reb.
1 Temalisi Fakahokotau Mainland Tactix 29
2 Katrina Grant Central Pulse 26
4= Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit Southern Steel 22
3= Sulu Fitzpatrick Central Pulse 22
4 Kate Lloyd Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 19
Intercepts
Pos. Player Team Inter.
1 Temalisi Fakahokotau Mainland Tactix 55
2 Katrina Grant Central Pulse 47
3 Anna Harrison Northern Mystics 35
4 Phoenix Karaka Northern Mystics 33
5 Jane Watson Mainland Tactix 31
Centre Pass Receives
Pos. Player Team CPR
1 Gina Crampton Southern Steel 462
2 Whitney Souness Central Pulse 339
3 Grace Kara Northern Stars 330
4 Elisapeta Toeava Northern Mystics 313
5 Ariana Cable-Dixon Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 302
Deflections
Pos. Player Team CPR
1 Temalisi Fakahokotau Mainland Tactix 110
2 Anna Harrison Northern Mystics 103
3 Katrina Grant Central Pulse 83
4 Jane Watson Mainland Tactix 71
5 Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit Southern Steel 63

Source:[54]

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