The Robinhood Stars have tasted defeat for the first time this ANZ Premiership season, losing to the Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse in Auckland.

A five-game winning streak has the Robinhood Stars planted firmly at the top of the ANZ Premiership ladder and the Kiri Wills-coached side looks comfortably placed in the hot seat.

The Robinhood Stars have marked coach Kiri Wills' 50th game in charge in style with a comprehensive 61-49 round five ANZ Premiership victory over the Splice Construction Magic in Tauranga.

Unbeaten after four rounds, there looks to be no slowing down for the Robinhood Stars who were clinical in maintaining their winning streak last week with a 59-45 triumph over the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel. 

"You have to have tough skin in South Auckland. Some people look at us and think nothing's possible, but when you grow up here you realise all things are possible."

The Robinhood Stars have produced a strong showing at home to topple the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel 59-45 in their ANZ Premiership round four match in Auckland.
For Jamie Hume the journey towards her latest career milestone has had more curvature than most players would experience.

The unbeaten Robinhood Stars are hoping to make it four wins in a row when they host the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel on Sunday.

The Robinhood Stars have repelled a late fightback to topple the Splice Construction Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic 55-51 in their ANZ Premiership round three match in Tauranga.

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