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Malia Paseka Announces Pregnancy

Published: Sun 12 Jun 2016 08:07 PM
Malia Paseka Announces Pregnancy
Cold Power Magic shooter Malia Paseka has announced today that she and her partner Sam are expecting a baby later this year. As a result Malia will not play any further matches in the 2016 ANZ Championship, but has already indicated her desire to get back on court in 2017.
"Malia is a valued member of our Magic family both on and off the court and we are all very happy for her at this exciting time," said Cold Power Magic coach Julie Fitzgerald.
"We also look forward to helping her resume her careeer after the arrival of her baby in November."
With the Cold Power Magic having three other international calibre shooters in the squad, no replacement is being brought in.
The Cold Power Magic's next match is on Monday night at Claudelands Arena, Hamilton against the Tactix with tickets still available through Ticketek.
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