Canterbury Tactix

Canterbury Tactix

Netball team
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region = Canterbury
ground = Westpac Arena
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captain = Julie Seymour
coach = Helen Mahon-Stroud
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league = ANZ Championship
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position = 8th
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The Canterbury Tactix are a New Zealand netball team based in Christchurch, New Zealand. The team competed in the National Bank Cup competition as the Canterbury Flames until the end of 2007. From 2008 the Flames became a founding franchise of the trans-Tasman ANZ Championship and changed their name to the Tactix.

In February 2008, the team announced that their sponsor would be SKOPE, a heating and refrigeration company. They will play their home games at the 7200-seat Westpac Centre in Christchurch, which they share with the Canterbury Rams, a men's professional basketball team.

2008 Squad

* Jodi Brown (Te Huna) was named in the team and played the first six games for the Tactix before pulling out due to pregnancy

Competitive history

ANZ Championship

2008 is the inaugural season of the ANZ Championship.

National Bank Cup

* 2007: 5th
* 2006: 4th
* 2005: 6th
* 2004: 2nd
* 2003: 6th
* 2002: 2nd
* 2001: 2nd
* 2000: 2nd
* 1999: 6th
* 1998: 3rd

External links

* [http://www.tactix.org.nz/ Canterbury Tactix official website]
* [http://www.netballnz.co.nz/default.aspx?s=nbank_team_flames Flames profile] at Netball New Zealand


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