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  •   Home > News > Sports > Netball

    The Mystics have moved on from their loss to the Steel in netball's ANZ Premiership

    The Mystics have moved on from their loss to the Steel in netball's ANZ Premiership


    Just a day after the defeat, they've beaten the Magic 45-39 to return to second on the ladder, leapfrogging the Tactix.

    Defender Sulu Fitzpatrick explains the contrast.



    The Magic remain last.

    One rarity in the match was a return of the sideways toss up.

    Normally the players stand facing their respective goals, but in this scenario the umpire stood horizontally because it wasn't clear who should have possession.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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