Premiership Players returning to training

Surprise Sports Premiership players from across the country are preparing to head back to the training track ahead of the 2023 competition which is set to kick off on February 19th at QE2 Park, Christchurch

With just under a month until Round 1, players in each region are returning to training to prepare for the season ahead.

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Four men’s teams and three women’s teams will compete in the Premiership, with 3 games being held at QE2 Park in Christchurch and the rest at North Harbour Stadium in Auckland.

The Surprise Sports Premiership includes talented athletes throughout New Zealand with players flying in to Auckland and Christchurch weekly throughout the competition.

The competition is seen as the perfect opportunity for a higher level competition providing an extension to the traditional regional league seasons spanning between August to December each year.

2023 Surprise Sports Premiership Schedule

Round 1               February 19th

Round 2               February 26th

Round 3              March 5th

Round 4               March 12th

Round 5               March 19th

Round 6               March 26th

Round 7               April 2nd

Grand Final          April 16th

Full Schedule – Click here

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