Round Four featured the ANZ Premiership's first drawn match between the Magic and the Stars, plus the Pulse maintained their form.
View the full schedule for the ANZ Premiership 2020 in New Zealand with every match live on Sky Sports from June 19.
A look ahead to Round Four of the ANZ Premiership in New Zealand, which includes the defending champions playing a double header of matches,.
The Steel won their first match of the 2020 season, while the Pulse remain unbeaten after Round Three of the ANZ Premiership at Auckland's Netball Centre.
A look ahead to the third round of matches in the ANZ Premiership, which starts on Friday at 8am live on Sky Sports.
Northern Stars celebrated appearance milestones for Grace Kara and Maia Wilson with a 49-43 result against the Mainland Tactix.
The defending champions Central Pulse showed no signs of rust as they restarted their title defence with a dominant 63-39 victory over Northern Stars.
A powerful second-half performance ensured that the Mainland Tactix took the spoils 43-36 on derby day against the Southern Steel.
The Northern Mystics produced an all-court performance to beat the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 47-40 as the ANZ Premiership restarted.
New Zealand SKY Sport commentator Jenny Woods runs the rule over the ANZ Premiership franchises and picks out the players to keep an eye on.
Maia Wilson introduces the Stars, shares their ambitions for their 2020 ANZ Premiership season and reflects on finding her confidence on the international stage.
A franchise by franchise guide to ANZ Premiership netball which restarts on Friday, with Round Two live on Sky Sports.
The latest from New Zealand as netball returns
The ANZ Premiership in New Zealand is set to resume on June 19 and every match will be shown live on Sky Sports.
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