Source: Clive Jones

Thunder take the victory over Saracens

Manchester Thunder took the spoils in the hotly anticipated game against second-placed Saracens Mavericks 49-57 Manchester Thunder were slow out of the blocks with the Hertfordshire-based side finding goal shooter George Fisher way to easily and they edge the first quarter 16-15. The second quarter started in the same vein with  Mavericks building an early

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Thunder overcome Wasps

Manchester Thunder flew out of the blocks at the Ricoh Arena to become the first team to defeat Wasps this season. Following a lacklustre performance against Team Bath last Friday, Thunder had a point to prove and Wasps were literally left in their wake as the ruthless northerners ripped away the Coventry-based team’s unbeaten run.

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Dan Ryan returns to Manchester Thunder

Dan Ryan is rejoining the Manchester Thunder coaching line-up for the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague season. The Australian 34-year old was the team’s Director of Netball for the 2016 campaign where he took Thunder to the Grand Final. His success in the UK saw him being headhunted by Adelaide Thunderbirds in the Suncorp Super Netball

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Source: Mark Pritchard

Liana Leota completes Thunder 2019 Superleague squad

Manchester Thunder have signed New Zealand star Liana Leota to complete their 10-strong 2019 squad. The centre-courter will play for the Black and Yellows for a fourth season, after first joining the club in 2015. The former Silver Fern, 33, has been instrumental in helping Thunder qualify for the play-offs in every one of her

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Source: Eliza Morgan

Thunder sign Joyce Mvula for 2019 Superleague season

Manchester Thunder have secured Malawi shooter Joyce Mvula for the 2019 Superleague season. Joyce Mvula has committed to the Black and Yellows for a third season. The 24-year-old will be Thunder’s import player for the campaign, after impressing in her first two seasons. Mvula, who won two awards at the Thunder 2018 Awards ceremony, including

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Manchester Thunder sign England defender Rebekah Airey

Manchester Thunder have signed young England defender Rebekah Airey from Loughborough Lightning. The versatile 22-year-old, who can play at goal keeper, goal defence and wing defence, joins the Black and Yellows as the club aims to bolster their defensive unit. Airey, who is part of the England Roses Futures programme, joins Thunder following a spell

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