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New Zealand national korfball team

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New Zealand national korfball team

New Zealand
Association Korfball New Zealand (KNZI)
IKF membership 1998
IKF code NZL
IKF rank 18 (Nov.2013)
Asia-Oceania Championships
Appearances 3 (First in 2004)
Best result 3rd place, 2004

The New Zealand national korfball team is managed by the Korfball New Zealand (KNZI), representing New Zealand in korfball international competitions.

Tournament history

Asia-Oceania Championships
Year Championship Host Classification
2004 6th Asia-Oceania Championship Christchurch (New Zealand) 3rd place
2006 7th Asia-Oceania Championship Hong Kong 6th place
2010 8th Asia-Oceania Championship China 6th place

Current squad

National team in the Asia-Oceania Championship 2006

  • Estelle Uren
  • Raewyn Tse
  • Anna Teen
  • Melissa Robinson
  • Natalie Stevens
  • Julia Hall
  • Stacey Mason
  • Carroll Shontee
  • Greig Neilson
  • Nicholas Muir
  • Steven Asher
  • Boyd Kedzlie
  • Andrew Hamilton
  • Cameron Wasley
  • Michael Oppenheim
  • Daniel Gyles
  • Coach: Daniel De Rudder

External links

  • Korfball New Zealand
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