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Sandra Edge's meritorious mark on New Zealand netball began in 1982 when she captained the national under 21 team at the age of 17.
Rita Fatialofa played netball and softball for New Zealand.
Joan (now Harnett-Kindley)was one of the outstanding players who helped transform the image of “basketball” as a schoolgirls’ game to netball as a fast, entertaining international sport.
Lois Muir coached the national netball team for 15 years until 1988 and it was in that role that she became an inspiration for women in all sport, not just in netball.
Netball was still known as basketball when the New Zealand team set off for the second world championships, in Perth in 1967.
Many in the team had played in the previous world championships, in Singapore in 1983, in which they were beaten in the final by Australia, and vowed that the championships in Glasgow in 1987 would be vastly different.
Lesley Rumball, or Lesley Nicol as she was for much of her glittering career, played top-level netball for more than a decade and she was the first to play a hundred games for New Zealand.
“Wai”, as she is universally known, was only in her mid-teens when she entered representative netball for Canterbury and by 1981, she was in the national team.