It’s all power for the Northern Stars

The Northern Stars Netball franchise are proud to announce Counties Power will join the Stars family of sponsors for the 2018 ANZP netball season.
Northern Stars General Manager Dianne Lasenby said they are delighted to welcome Counties Power as a commercial partner for 2018.
“It is a privilege to be associated with a company that has a strong local history and is one hundred percent consumer owned, servicing over 42,000 homes, farms and businesses. Counties Power is renowned for its community engagement and we look forward to enhancing this synergy,” she said.
Counties Power Chief Executive Judy Nicholl said “This exciting new partnership with the Northern Stars reaffirms Counties Power’s commitment to supporting local sport both at grass roots and elite level.  We’re proud to be associated with the franchise and look forward to an exciting season of netball ahead. Our partnership includes some great community engagement opportunities and we look forward to offering these to local netball fans this season.  Keep an eye out on our Facebook page for more details.”
The Stars first home game of the ANZ Premiership season is against the Magic on Sunday 27 May at 4.10pm at Pulman Park Arena. Tickets are for sale online at Ticketek or door sales on the day if not sold out prior.
The sports partnership is the latest in the Counties Power history. They are a long-standing supporter of Pukekohe Netball Centre and Counties Manukau Rugby Football Union.  Last year they became the naming rights sponsor to the Counties Power Heat – the Counties Manukau women’s representative rugby team.
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