Northern Mystics

Northern Mystics are a New Zealand netball team based in Auckland. Between 2008 and 2016, they played in the ANZ Championship. Since 2017 they have represented Netball Northern in the ANZ Premiership. Netball Northern is the governing body that represents the Auckland and Northland Regions. In 2021, Mystics won their first premiership.

Northern Mystics
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Founded2007
Based inAuckland
RegionsAuckland Region
Northland Region
Home venueThe Trusts Arena
CaptainSulu Fitzpatrick
Premierships1 (2021)
LeagueANZ Premiership
Websitenorthernmystics.co.nz
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HistoryEdit

FormationEdit

Northern Mystics were formed in 2007. The new team was effectively a merger of the two former National Bank Cup teams, Northern Force and Auckland Diamonds. Mystics subsequently became founder members of the ANZ Championship.[1][2] Yvonne Willering became Mystics first head coach and Temepara George became Mystics first player.[1][3][4]

ANZ ChampionshipEdit

Between 2008 and 2016, Mystics played in the ANZ Championship. On 6 April 2008, Mystics made their ANZ Championship debut in a match against Canterbury Tactix at The Trusts Arena, losing 44–48.[5][6]

In 2011, with a team coached by Debbie Fuller and captained by Temepara George, Mystics reached their first grand final. They finished the regular season fourth behind Queensland Firebirds, Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic and New South Wales Swifts.[6][7][8][9] During the regular season, Mystics claimed their first win in Australia, with a 56–54 win over West Coast Fever in Round 9.[6][10][11] Mystics defeated Swifts in the minor semi-final[12][13] and Magic in the preliminary final[14][15] before losing to Firebirds in the grand final.[9][16][17] Mystics finished the season second overall.[18]

In 2012, Mystics finished second on the table after the regular season. However, they subsequently lost the major semi-final to Melbourne Vixens and the preliminary final to Magic and finished in third overall.[6] On 20 May 2012, during a Round 8 match against Vixens, Mystics introduced the Harrison Hoist. Anna Harrison made several vital blocks while being hoisted rugby union lineout-style by her defensive partners. Harrison was lifted first by Kayla Cullen and then twice in the final quarter by Jessica Moulds. Mystics won the match 49–45.[19][20][21][22][23][24] Cullen and Moulds adopted the role of a lineout lifter to hoist Harrison and the move had the desired result in the final quarter when Vixens goal shooter Karyn Howarth's goal-bound shots were twice batted away.[19][25]

In 2015, Mystics went through the regular season unbeaten against their fellow New Zealand teams and topped the New Zealand Conference.[26] However they subsequently lost the Conference final to Magic[27] and a semi-final to Firebirds.[28][29][30]

Regular season statistics
Season Position Won Drawn Lost
2008[31][32] 7th 5 0 8
2009[33] 8th 3 0 10
2010[34] 6th 7 0 6
2011[7] 4th 9 0 4
2012 2nd 10 0 3
2013[35] 10th 1 0 12
2014[36] 7th 6 0 7
2015[26][37] 4th 7 2 4
2016[38][39] 7th 3 1 9

  Grand finalists
  New Zealand Conference minor premiers

Source:[2][5][6]

ANZ PremiershipEdit

Since 2017, Mystics have played in the ANZ Premiership.[5][6][40] In 2021, with a team coached by Helene Wilson and captained by Sulu Fitzpatrick and featuring Ama Agbeze, Bailey Mes and Grace Nweke, Mystics won their first ever premiership. After finishing the regular season as minor premiers, they defeated Mainland Tactix 61–59 in the grand final.[41][42][43][44][45][46]

Regular season statistics
Season Position Won Drawn Lost
2017[47][48] 3rd 8 7 3
2018[49][50] 4th 7 8 3
2019[51][52][53] 6th 4 11 2
2020[54][55] 3rd 7 6 3
2021[46][56] 1st 11 0 4
2022[57] 3rd 9 0 6

  Minor Premiers and Premiership

Grand finalsEdit

ANZ Championship
Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
2011[16][17] Queensland Firebirds 57–44 Northern Mystics Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Netball New Zealand Super Club
Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
2017[58][59][60] Southern Steel 79–58 Northern Mystics Trafalgar Centre
2019[61][62][63] Collingwood Magpies 49–42 Northern Mystics Trafalgar Centre
ANZ Premiership
Season Winners Score Runners Up Venue
2021[43][44][45] Northern Mystics 61–59 Mainland Tactix Spark Arena

Home venuesEdit

Mystics main home venue is The Trusts Arena.[5][64]

Years
The Trusts Arena[5][64] 2008        
Eventfinda Stadium/North Shore Events Centre[64] 2008
Vector Arena/Spark Arena[44][65][66] 2011

Notable playersEdit

2023 squadEdit

2023 Northern Mystics roster
Players Coaching staff
Nat. Name Position(s) DoB Height
  Sulu Fitzpatrick (c) GK, GD (1992-08-20) 20 August 1992 (age 30) 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
  Michaela Sokolich-Beatson (vc) GD, WD, GK (1996-10-02) 2 October 1996 (age 26) 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
  Tayla Earle C, WA, WD (2000-04-22) 22 April 2000 (age 22) 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
  Monica Falkner GA, GS (1996-04-08) 8 April 1996 (age 26) 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
  Phoenix Karaka GD, GK, WD (1993-11-06) 6 November 1993 (age 29) 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
  Grace Nweke GS (2002-02-07) 7 February 2002 (age 20) 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
  Katie Te AO C, WD (2001-04-15) 15 April 2001 (age 21)
  Carys Stythe GD, GK (2003-06-19) 19 June 2003 (age 19)
  Elisapeta Toeava WA, C (1994-03-10) 10 March 1994 (age 28) 1.61 m (5 ft 3 in)
  Filda Vui GS, GA, WA (1996-04-16) 16 April 1996 (age 26) 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Head coach
  • Tia Winikerel
Assistant coach
  • Rob Wright
    Tia Winikerei



Notes
  • (c) – Captain
  • (cc) – Co-captain
  • (vc) – Vice-captain
  •   – Injury / maternity leave
  • (TRP) – Temporary Replacement Player
Player profiles: Team website Last updated: 27 January 2023

InternationalsEdit

  New Zealand
  New Zealand Fast5
  Australia
  England
  Fiji
  Jamaica
  Samoa
  South Africa

CaptainsEdit

Years
Temepara George[67][68][69] 2008–2012
Maria Tutaia[47][70][71] 2013–2017
Anna Harrison[47][49][70][71][72] 2017–2018
Phoenix Karaka[73][74] 2019–2020
Sulu Fitzpatrick[41][75] 2021–

Source:[5][6]

Award winnersEdit

ANZ Championship awardsEdit

ANZ Championship MVP
Season Player
2012[76][77] Temepara George (Note 1)
Notes
ANZ Championship Best New Talent
Season Player
2011[78][79] Kayla Cullen
2015[80][81] Serena Guthrie

New Zealand Netball AwardsEdit

New Zealand ANZ Championship Player of the Year
Season Winner
2015[82][26] Laura Langman
Dame Lois Muir Supreme Award
Season Winner
2021[83][84] Sulu Fitzpatrick

Sources:[85]

CoachesEdit

Head coachesEdit

Coach Years
Yvonne Willering[3][86] 2007–2008
Te Aroha Keenan[87] 2009–2010
Debbie Fuller[38][88] 2010–2012
Ruth Aitken[89] 2013
Debbie Fuller[38][90][91] 2013–2016
Helene Wilson[92] 2017–2022
Tia Winikerei 2023-Present

Source:[5][6]

Assistant coachesEdit

Coach Years
Te Aroha Keenan 2008
Debbie Fuller[88] 2009–2010
Jenny-May Coffin[93] 2011
Gail Parata 2012
Kiri Wills 2013
Helene Wilson 2014
Linda Vagana[49][51] 2018–2019
Sonya Hardcastle[49][51] 2018–2019
Margaret Forsyth[54] 2020
Tia Winikerei[46][94] 2021–2022
Rob Wright[46][94] 2021–

Source:[6]

Specialist coachesEdit

Coach Years
Megan Dehn[95][96] 2012
Jenny-May Coffin[5] 2017

Main sponsorsEdit

Sponsors Seasons
LG Electronics[3][90][97] 2007–2015
SkyCity Entertainment Group[26][38][47][49][98] 2015–2018
MG Motor New Zealand[64][99] 2021–

Reserve teamEdit

Since 2016, Netball Northern have entered a team in the National Netball League. In 2017 they became known as Northern Marvels. They are effectively the reserve team of Northern Mystics. Helene Wilson was their inaugural head coach. Former Marvels players include Elisapeta Toeava and Grace Nweke.[38][47][51][100][101] In 2021 Northern Marvels were NNL premiers after they defeated Northern Comets 64–56 in the grand final.[46][102]

HonoursEdit

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