Collingwood Magpies have completed a clean sweep of their three New Zealand pool opponents in the Super Club netball tournament in Nelson, beating the Northern Stars 53-41.
The Victorian Super Netball club took control of the game in the first half, winning the first quarter by eight and the second by five to lead 29-16 at the long break.
It was a more even encounter in in the second half with the third quarter tied and the Stars winning the last by one.
It was the first quarter dropped by the Pies, who have won their pool games by margins of 19, 13 and 12 and have scored more than 50 goals in each.
Collingwood led by as much as 17 in the final quarter.
Jamaican shooter Shimona Nelson once again proved a reliable target, making 36 of her 38 attempts.
Collingwood coach Rob Wright revamped his lineup in the second half bringing five players off the bench..
The Pies were already assured of a semi-final spot after winning their first two pool games.,
The tournament, which has a rest day on Wednesday and ends on Friday, is being contested by Collingwood, the six teams from New Zealand's domestic competition and English club Wasps.