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Tactix pre-season double-header confirmed

Tactix pre-season double-header confirmed

The Good Oil Tactix are set for a pre-season double-header against defending champions the Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel in Ashburton.

Mid Canterbury fans have the opportunity see their Tactix live in action with matches against the Steel at 2pm on Saturday 2nd February and 10am on Sunday 3rd February at the EA Networks Centre.

Ashburton-born Kate Lloyd is set for a warm welcome home as the Tactix give their 2019 squad an early run ahead of the ANZ Premiership season which opens on 24th February.

Respective Beko Netball League teams, Hellers Mainland and Southern Blast, will also do battle on both days.

Tickets are available on the door with under 16s free and adults just $5 per day. Admission covers both games.

Additionally, players will be running a coaching session for children in Years 5-10 on Saturday morning before the game, with registration for the session through the Mid Canterbury Netball Centre.

Saturday 2nd February
2pm - The Good Oil Tactix v Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel
4pm - Hellers Mainland v Southern Blast

Sunday 3rd February
10am - The Good Oil Tactix v Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel
12pm - Hellers Mainland v Southern Blast


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