Monday 21 March will mark the end of an era as the last Magic netball game will be played at Mystery Creek Events Centre.
Mystery Creek Events Centre has hosted netball for over 15 years with the first game hosted in 1996. Since then, 38 games and 5 NPC tournaments have been played at Mystery Creek.
To thank the netball public for their support of the games hosted by Mystery Creek over the years, each guest at Monday’s game will receive a gift upon entry to the venue. And two lucky guests will win $500 in cash on the night.
Barry Quayle, General Manager said, “Mystery Creek Events Centre has always had a special relationship with netball, which we cherish. Over 162,000 netball fans have enjoyed games at our venue over the past 15 years and we want to thank them for their support. What better way to say that than with gifts and cash prizes?”
Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic CEO, Sheryl Dawson, recently thanked Mystery Creek for being a unique and special part of the history of the franchise.
“From the evolution of provincial netball in the Waikato to the birth of the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Franchise, playing in the National Bank Cup and now the ANZ Championship, Mystery Creek has been there as the venue of choice in the Waikato.
“We have enjoyed a very positive partnership and a strong working relationship with Mystery Creek and are sad to bid them farewell as a venue,” she said.
All fans attending the Monday night game will receive a gift and the chance to win two prizes of $500 cash.