Round 4 of Netball’s Superleague

Last night’s game in which Loughborough Lighting scored a nine point victory over Team Northumbria was the last in Round 4 of the Superleague, which means that the two teams swap places in the middle of the table. Manchester Thunder remain unbeaten and are 3 points clear of their nearest rivals Surrey Storm, the Mavericks have

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Source: Surrey Storm

Storm romp to a win over Celtic Dragons

Surrey Storm Netball showed no mercy on Saturday night in a confident Superleague 66-49 win over Celtic Dragons at Surrey Sports Park as they flew out of the blocks and commanded the opening play, converting numerous costly errors which inflicted a deadly half time deficit on their visitors. Coach Greenway named a changed side to start

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Source: Mark Pritchard

Manchester Thunder edge out Yorkshire Jets

Jets had started the season well, with their star signing Lottysha Cato the top shooter in the Superleague so far.  But Thunder’s defence has been solid and will have been feeling capable of keeping out the Grenadian shooter in this highly anticipated Roses clash. A hostile partisan crowd met Thunder from the first centre pass

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Six tries for England as they battle to victory against Italy

England (15) 39 – 7 (7) Italy England – Tries: Matthews, Scott, Large, Mclean, Gallagher, Wilson Cons: Mclean 2, Goddard Pen: Mclean Italy – Try: Severin Conv: Sillari A strong second half performance from England saw them beat Italy 39-7 at The Stoop to record their first victory of this year’s 6 Nations. Italy started powerfully and Severin

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Source: Lee @scrumpix

Mavericks move into 3rd with win over Team Bath

Team Bath 34 – 51 Hertfordshire Mavericks Friday 13th February was Hertfordshire Mavericks third game of the NSL league within 6 days. With a win and a loss under their belts anything could happen in Bath. After analysing the defeat in Manchester, Hertfordshire Mavericks were focused and ready to show its squad strength in all areas of

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Priest and Satterthwaite inspire White Ferns

Rachel Priest and Amy Satterthwaite shared an unbroken second-wicket stand of 156 to lead New Zealand women to victory over England in the third ICC Women’s Championship one-day international. Player of the match Priest finished four runs short of a century and Sattherthwaite struck an unbeaten 76 to take the White Ferns, chasing 219, home with

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