Coach Fitzgerald pleased with new-look Magic midcourt

By: Ben Carbonaro
On: 25 Mar 2014

Photos: Treeby Images

When a team loses two of the world’s best players, one could assume that they may struggle for a while. The Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic have been New Zealand’s best performed ANZ Championship team so far this season, not a bad achievement considering Irene van Dyk (Central Pulse) and Laura Langman (Northern Mystics) headed up a long list of off season departures.

Sunday's 49-44 win over the Melbourne Vixens at Hisense Arena was a super achievement from the Julie Fitzgerald coached team; they now have four consecutive home games with a bye in Round 7 . . .

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By: Netball-Journo
On: 25 Mar 2014

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