The Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse are a New Zealand netball team based in Wellington that compete's in the ANZ Premiership. The Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse have been in five of the six ANZ Premiership finals (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2022)
In 2019 the once elusive Premiership was won in Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua with the Pulse beating the Northern Stars 52 to 48. In 2020 due to the impact of Covid19 the Pulse travelled to Invercargill and played the Mainland Tactix, defending our title and winning back to back titles 43 to 31.
2022 saw the grand final being played at TSB Arena Wellington for the first time, with the Pulse beating the Northern Stars 56-37.
We are a people first organisation – we recognise and value our partnerships. Without them we can’t achieve what we do on the court – our hashtag #MadeOfMany is born on that philosophy. Many people make up the Pulse.
The Central Pulse franchise prides itself on being a home grown team, that area covers the Netball Central Zone region which includes 13 Centres and 3 Satellites:
|Netball Taranaki||Netball Whanganui||Rangitikei Netball Centre||Netball Horowhenua|
|Netball Kapiti||Kapi Mana Netball Centre||Netball Wellington Centre||Hutt Valley Netball|
|Netball Wairarapa||Dannevirke Netball Centre||Netball Manawatu||Taihape Netball Centre||Hawke's Bay Netball|
The zone has the second largest catchment in New Zealand with 38,000 netball players including 11,500 secondary school players and is governed by the Netball Central Zone Inc Board.
|CEO - Fran Scholey |
|Director of High Performance - Waimarama Taumaunu [email protected]|
|Event Manager - [email protected]||Media and Communications Manager - Jane Hunt |
(04) 387 6005
|Postal Address: |
PO Box 14845
Postal Address: Physical Address:
Central Pulse 72 Kemp Street
PO Box 14845 Kilbirnie
Kilbirnie 6241 Wellington 6022
(04) 387 6005
Netball Central Zone Board
Chairperson: Warrick Dent
CEO: Fran Scholey
Scott Moran (NNZ Appointed)
Mary Ollivier (Appointed)
Lucy Hickman (Appointed)
Nicki Zande (Elected Representative)
Fay Selby-Law (Elected Representative)
Barbara Moore (Elected Representative)
Stacey Winterburn-Cooper (Seconded)