The Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Appoint Ruth Aitken and Debbie Fuller  

The Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic (Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone) have appointed Ruth Aitken and Debbie Fuller to be Performance Managers increasing the role left vacant by Margaret Forsyth’s appointment as Head Coach of the Magic.

2017 Magic Assistant Coach Announced

We are delighted to announce that Amigene Metcalfe will be the Assistant Coach of the Magic for 2017.  After a robust process Amigene emerged due to her playing history (former Silver Fern) coaching history, her knowledge of the game and her organisational ability.  She is an exceptional applicant. 

Magic confirm team for 2017

Media Release 8th September 2016

The Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic team for the 2017 ANZ Netball Elite League is (from the defensive end) - Casey Kopua, Kelly Jury, Alex MacLeod-Smith, Grace Kukutai, Samantha Sinclair, Grace Rasmussen, Sydney Fraser, Monica Falkner, Amorangi Malesala and Lenize Potgieter.

Kopua returns for Cold Power Magic

Media Release 23rd August 2016

The Cold Power Magic is pleased to announce Casey Kopua, Grace Rasmussen, Sam Sinclair, Kelly Jury and Monica Falkner have signed on for the 2017 ANZ Netball Elite League.

Forsyth to lead Cold Power Magic

Media Release, 19th August 2016

Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret Forsyth to the role of Cold Power Magic head coach.

Tim Hamilton to depart Netball WBOP

Media Release, 16th August 2016

Inaugural CEO of Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone (Netball WBOP) and Cold Power Magic, Tim Hamilton has announced he will step down from his role.

Fitzgerald to step down as Magic coach

Julie Fitzgerald has stepped down as coach of the Cold Power Magic to return home to Sydney, Australia where she will take up the role of head coach of Netball NSW’s new team for the 2017 National Netball League in a 3-year appointment.

Composure and Freedom keys for Semi-Final

Cold Power Magic captain Leana de Bruin says that composure and freedom will be keys to success against the NSW Swifts in Monday night's ANZ Championship Semi-Final.

Cold Power Magic Turn Focus To New Zealand Conference Final

"It was certainly our strongest performance of the year, but we can definitely build on it and we'll find things we can improve on," - that's Cold Power Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald's assessment as the team now turns it's focus towards Sunday's ANZ Championship New Zealand Conference Final following yesterday's win.

Rasmussen set for major milestone in Sunday's knock-out match

After a false start a few weeks ago due to the re-aggravation of an early season calf injury, Cold Power Magic wing attack Grace Rasmussen is set to play her 100th ANZ Championship game on Sunday.  While the quality midcourter naturally wants the focus to be on the team's performance in the New Zealand Conference Elimination Final against the Mystics, she is nevertheless proud of the looming milestone.