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    Mystics coach Tia Winikerei is confident in her squad's depth as they go on in netball's ANZ Premiership without their formidable attack

    Mystics coach Tia Winikerei is confident in her squad's depth as they go on in netball's ANZ Premiership without their formidable attack


    The defending champions are missing wing-attack Peta Toeava and goal-shoot Grace Nweke for tonight's clash against the Pulse in the Capital - both out with knee injuries.

    Winikerei says the franchise are working off experience.



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