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Two International Talent Identified Umpires (ITID) have had their status continued & reinstated

The International Netball Federation (INF) would like to congratulate two umpires for getting their International Talent Identified Umpires (ITID) status continued and reinstated.

Tania Law Fink of New Zealand has had her status as an ITID continued which will now be in place for the next four years.

Tania Law Fink

Tania Law Fink

Marise Stewart, also of New Zealand, has had her ITID status reinstated which will also be in place for the next four years.

For more information in regards to international umpiring please refer to the officiating area of the INF website here.

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