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A memorable ANZ Premiership season has come to an exciting climax with the Northern Mystics winning their first ever title, defeating Mainland Tactix 61-59 in a thrilling grand final in front of almost 5,000 fans in Auckland.
At Netball Scoop, we’ve been conducting our own MVP voting since 2015, firstly on the ANZ Championship, and then on Suncorp Super Netball. Here are this year's results...
Photo: Tayla Earle (Mystics) - by Steve McLeod ROUND 15 SUMMARY By Ian Harkin With the three playoff teams having already been decided and Mystics locked in for the big one, the only thing left to do was find out which team would host the Elimination Final. First up, it was Steel as they
At Netball Scoop, we've been conducting our own MVP voting since 2015, firstly on the ANZ Championship, and then on Suncorp Super Netball. But up till now, we hadn't done the same with the ANZ Premiership. This year we've put that right.
There are just two rounds left in the ANZ Premiership before the finals begin. At this stage, there are four teams still in contention. Round 13 saw the ladder really take shape and it began on Friday with a match postponed from round 11.
Throughout the 2021 season, Netball Scoop brings you the NS Suncorp Super Netball Scoreboard. We cover the highs and lows of the matches, analyse the stats, dissect talking points and share intriguing insights from the coaches and athletes. And, of course, it's all tied together with a range of exceptional images.
Round 12 may go down as the round when Northern Mystics really put their stamp on the competition. Having beaten Stars, the previous ladder leaders, by eight goals just seven days earlier, they went out and did exactly the same again on their home court.
The first game of the round saw the much awaited top of the table clash between Stars and Mystics. Stars had just the better of a very tight first half. They won the first quarter by two goals, while Mystics won the second by one. But the second half was a completely different story