New Zealand national korfball team
|Association||Korfball New Zealand (KNZI)|
|IKF rank||16 (end of 2018)|
|Best result||3rd place, 2004|
The New Zealand national korfball team, nicknamed The Korus, is the national team representing New Zealand in korfball international competitions. The team is managed by Korfball New Zealand (KNZI). The name The Korus is one of many national team nicknames (indirectly) related to the All Blacks and/or the New Zealand silver tree fern. However the plural for koru is koru.
|2004||6th Asia-Oceania Championship||Christchurch (New Zealand)||3rd place|
|2006||7th Asia-Oceania Championship||Hong Kong||6th place|
|2010||8th Asia-Oceania Championship||China||6th place|
|2014||9th Asia-Oceania Championship||Hong Kong||6th place|
|2018||10th Asia-Oceania Championship||Japan||6th place|
National team to participate in the IKF World Korfball Championship, 2019
- Coach: Manon Wiegerink
- Assistant Coach: Pascal Van Maasakkers
- Manager: Helen Timms
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- "New Zealand Korfball Team - facebook page". facebook. Retrieved 28 April 2015.
- "Māori Culture – New Zealand Trade Manual". www.newzealandtrademanual.com. Retrieved 7 March 2019.
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