Tactix win first game in 400 days

June 8, 2017

The Canterbury Tactix have scored their first in 400 days to break a 19 game losing streak.

The win came in the ANZ netball Premiership were they beat the Northern Stars 46-43 in Manukau.

Holding their composure through the final quarter where the lead swung back and forth, the Tactix finally broke their losing streak dating back to May of last year.

Both teams were missing key players for the bottom of the table clash, the Stars losing their inspiring captain Leana de Bruin to an ankle injury while 1.94m rising shooter Ellie Bird was ruled out with concussion for the Tactix.

Both teams were evenly matched through out the game, and it was the Tactix superior shooting in the final quarter that saw them home.

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This is means that hey are not very good at getting goals.


I think it's incredible.


I think it's incredible.


I think It's incredible.


wow what an amazing news...


Great to see the Tactix finally winning a game! Let's hope they can keep on winning


Wow this is cool