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Northern Mystics

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Established
2008 (14 years old)

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Henderson, New Zealand

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The Northern Mystics are a New Zealand netball team based in Auckland who currently compete in the ANZ Premiership. The club was formed in 2007 as an amalgamation of two teams from the National Bank Cup – the Northern Force and the Auckland Diamonds – after the competition was retired that year. In 2008, the Mystics joined four other New Zealand franchises in the new ANZ Championship, representing the New Zealand regions of Northland and Auckland. After the ANZ Championship ended in 2016, the Mystics joined five other teams in the new ANZ Premiership

Home games in the ANZ Premiership are usually played at Trusts Stadium in Waitakere, although some matches are played at the North Shore Events Centre and Vector Arena. The team uniform is primarily blue – consistent with traditional Auckland sporting colours – in addition to red and white. In 2018 the Mystics are coached by Helene Wilson and captained by veteran Silver Ferns defender Anna Harrison.

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The Trusts Arena is an indoor arena located in Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand. It is a multi-purpose stadium that primarily holds sports events and music concerts. The Arena was opened by the former Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark on 11 September 2004. Douglas Field at the Trusts Arena is the 3,000-capacity home of Waitakere United.

The Stadium Arena has hosted the New Zealand Breakers in the past, the Netball World Championships in November 2007 and the Auckland Darts Masters in August 2015. It holds 4,901 people and was built in 2004. The Arena is home to the Northern Mystics and the Super City Rangers.

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