The U17 semifinals will be held today followed by the Open Ladies showdown.
New Zealand’s Whangaruru, which won the open grade last year, are favourites after maintaining a winning run in the opening two days of tournament last week.
The side defeated Rising Stars 21-15 in their opening match on Thursday before overcoming Ruapehu 20-15 and local side Anguna 25-7 on Friday.
On Saturday, Whangaruru was due to play the second round of matches against them. Results from Saturday’s games were not available yesterday.
Netball Cook Islands is using the annual Netball in Paradise tournament to develop local based players.
- Rashneel Kumar
Mixed – Anguna 37 Wonkey Monkey 12, Hiko 28 Wonkey Monkey 15, Sparx 20 Anguna Adopts 22.
Open Ladies – Ruapehu 15 Whangaruru 20, Anguna 7 Whangaruru 25, Rising Stars 29 Anguna Adopts 20, Anguna Adopts 13 Ruapehu 27.
Social – Pearls 22 Family First 17, Westiez Starz 26 Dats Us 18, Family First 13 Westiez Starz 31, Family First 15 Dats Us 18.
U17s – Pearls 6 Waiopehu 28, Anguna Adopts 5 Rising Stars 38.
U15s – AZZ1 Nesians 28 Young Guns Pearls 4, Anguna Adopts 13 Ka Awatea 10, Young Guns (Defaulted) AZZ1 Nesianz.
Court 1 – 3:30pm Under 15s Young Guns-AZZ1 Nesianz, 4.10pm Under 15s Ka Awatea-Anguna, 4:47pm Open Ladies Anguna-Rising Stars, 5:24pm Social Ladies Family First-Pearls, 6:01pm Under 17s Loser Game 1-Loser Game 2.
Court 2 – 3:30pm Under 17s 1st Placing-4th Placing, 4.10pm Under 17 2nd Placing-3rd Placing, 4:47pm Mixed Wonkey-Hiko, 5:24pm Mixed Anguna-Sparx, 6:01pm Open Ladies 1st Placing-2nd Placing.