Margaret Forsyth knows there's some sacrifices in order to steer the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic to a trans-Tasman league title.
Laura Langman will become the first player in the trans-Tasman league to play 100 games.
Irene van Dyk admitted to being extremely nervous in the lead-up to facing her old team for the first time.
It's the homecoming game for some Pulse players as they come to Hamilton, but not all want to talk about it.
Decision not to cut ticket prices to Magic games based on belief people back a winning team.
Magic goal shoot might be 20,000km from home but she keeps facing off against her compatriots.
Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald looks to keep her stars fresh for a huge game in Melbourne on Friday.
The Magic may well have done their part to give themselves a healthy home crowd advantage tonight.
Magic attacker Ellen Halpenny believes nurturing ways of Julie Fitzgerald key to Magic success.
Back injury being put to the side by netball defender as she pushes to get another win for the Magic.
The Magic have made it two wins from two after a stylish display in victory over the Mystics.
The veteran centre is about to face her old team for the first time, but isn’t getting emotional, writes Aaron Goile.
The culture at the Magic is far better than what Grace Rasmussen experienced at the Mystics.
Magic show their early-season class with new shooting pairing dominant throughout.
The Magic won't be short of able lieutenants to point them in the direction of CBS Canterbury Arena tomorrow.
Casey Kopua is suffering no more ill effects after ankle surgery and is set to play a full part in the trans-Tasman league season.
Lack of a wins at the Summer Shootout pre-season tournament a potentially ominous sign for Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic?
Former Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic player Jessica Tuki has been called into the Northern Mystics team for the Summer Shootout.
Magic captain Casey Kopua is unsure whether she will take the court in this weekend's tournament in Melbourne.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic have plenty to work on before the trans-Tasman league season gets under way.
New Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald has predictably named Casey Kopua as captain.
In announcing their skipper, the franchise also named Leana de Bruin as their vice captain.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic are set to get plenty of match-play under their belt ahead of next season.
Captain Casey Kopua will not play for the Silver Ferns in the UK but she will be there as a technical advisor.
Fresh faces for Fitzgerald's team
Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic have signed two teenagers, as their 2014 roster nears completion.
The final Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic roster for next year's trans-Tasman league is slowly taking shape.
Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic defender Erena Mikaere signs with Southern Steel for next year's trans-Tasman league.
Waikato-BoP Magic have retained the services of Ellen Halpenny and signed new Silver Fern Courtney Tairi.
Silver Ferns captain Casey Kopua wants her team-mates to have faith that she can get through the international season injury-free.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic have re-signed Silver Ferns skipper Casey Kopua for another season.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic have signed England shooter Jo Harten for the next two trans-Tasman league seasons.
The star defender recommits to the franchise for two years.
Khao Watts will not return to the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic for next year's trans-Tasman netball league, instead signing with the West Coast Fever.
Next week is shaping as crunch time for the Magic franchise to hold onto a bit of credibility.
Hamilton will host the majority of the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic's regular season matches next year for the first time since 2008.
Silver Ferns coach Waimarama Taumaunu has sent a ringing endorsement the way of Magic shooter Ellen Halpenny.
Irene van Dyk says she thought she would stay with the Magic until she was 100.
The Magic will sign their first crop of 2014 players this week, but whether they are of Casey Kopua and Leana de Bruin remains to be seen.
Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic board chairman John Wiltshire wants to see the franchise move away from single-year contracting.
The cards are tumbling at the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic.
Double blow for Magic
Laura Langman and Irene van Dyk are leaving the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic.
Future looks bright for Magic as Waikato-Bay of Plenty win national under-23 tournament.
A lack of recent top level coaching experience didn't paint Margaret Forsyth as the leading contender for the Magic assistant coach role.
Margaret Forsyth has been announced as the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic assistant coach.
It was a bitter-sweet reward for Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic defensive star and Silver Ferns captain Casey Kopua.
New Magic coach moves to keep Irene
Star shooter's training schedule will be kept "flexible" if she re-signs with Magic.
It's not a match made in heaven yet but Irene van Dyk and Julie Fitzgerald definitely share the same dream.
The Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic suffered their earliest exit from the competition last Saturday, but how did the players perform?
New Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald admits to being ''fiercely competitive'', but also ''very much a players' coach''.
Marg Foster hits out at Raelene Castle's stinging slap to aspiring New Zealand netball coaches.
Can the Magic win the final this year?