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ANZ Premiership - Round 6 Preview

ANZ Premiership - Round 6 Preview

Media Update
Friday 8 June

Round 6 - Remaining Round Matches

Silvermoon Tactix v Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel
When: 7:30pm, Monday 11 June
Where: Horncastle Arena, Christchurch
Broadcast: SKY Sport 1 (NZ), FanPass (SKY), Radio Sport, ANZPremiership.co.nz (outside NZ)

WBOP Magic v Northern Stars
When: 7:30pm, Wednesday 13 June
Where: ASB Baypark Arena, Tauranga
Broadcast: SKY Sport 1 (NZ), FanPass (SKY), ANZPremiership.co.nz (outside NZ)

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Silvermoon Tactix v Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel
When: 7:30pm, Monday 11 June
Where: Horncastle Arena, Christchurch
Broadcast: SKY Sport 1 (NZ), FanPass (SKY), ANZPremiership.co.nz (outside NZ)
#ANZP | #TACvSTE

Umpires: Jono Bredin, Danielle Maulder and Gareth Fowler (Reserve)

Match Notes
- When the teams last met in Round 12 last season the Steel defeated the Tactix 51-45 in Christchurch.

- The Steel has won all three previous ANZ Premiership meetings between the sides.

- The Tactix started the season winning three of their first four matches but they have now lost their last three matches.

- The Steel has a record of five wins and two losses to sit in second place on the ladder. The Steel’s only two losses this season have been against the Pulse.


WBOP Magic v Northern Stars
When: 7:30pm, Wednesday 13 June
Where: ASB Baypark Arena, Tauranga
Broadcast: SKY Sport 1 (NZ), FanPass (SKY), ANZPremiership.co.nz (outside NZ)
#ANZP | #MAGvSTA

Umpires: Gareth Fowler, Ann Hay and Tania Fink (Reserve)

Match Notes:
- When the teams last met in Round 4 the Magic defeated the Stars 64-53 in Auckland.

- The Stars claimed their first fourth quarter win in 2018 in their Round 6 loss to the Steel on Super
Sunday in Christchurch.

- The Magic’s three consecutive wins equals their ANZ Premiership best winning run when they
won both matches in Round 1 and their Round 2 match last season.

- Anna Thompson made her debut for the Stars against the Steel on Super Sunday in
Christchurch. Thompson will play her 150th National League match if she was to take the court for the Stars again. Thompson played 17 National Bank Cup matches, 116 in the former Trans-
Tasman Championship and she has now played 16 matches in the ANZ Premiership.

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