Surrey Storm Netball secured their first win of the 2015 Superleague season on Saturday night with a 74-51 win over Yorkshire Jets at Surrey Sports Park. Dominant 2nd and 3rd quarters for Storm handed them an unassailable lead as Jets failed to assert the same attacking prowess that they showed in round one. A shaky
All the scores from Round Two of Netball Superleague: Round 2 Celtic Dragons 34 – 48 Team Northumbria Hertfordshire Mavericks 48 – 40 Loughborough Lightning Manchester Thunder 51-32 Team Bath Surrey Storm 74 – 51 Yorkshire Jets With the Dragons and Lightning yet to record a win, the table now looks like this:
Manchester Thunder surged to a convincing win over Team Bath at the Thunderdome, 51-32. It was a physical battle from the first to last whistle, with body contacts, flying elbows and crossed words between the sides. Thunder, buoyed by that opening win of the season against Surrey Storm, and Bath, who secured a good win
Surrey Storm Netball will host Yorkshire Jets at Surrey Sports Park this Saturday (7pm centre-pass) as the 2015 Superleague season arrives in Guildford. A crowd of over 900 netball fans will hit the University of Surrey-owned venue to watch Storm continue their quest for Superleague glory following a disappointing round 1 opener against Manchester Thunder
The first round of matches in the netball Superleague have now all taken place with the Jets storming to a win against Lightning and taking top place in the table. Bath, Thunder and the Mavericks also registered wins. Results as follows: Manchester Thunder 55 – 52 Surrey Storm Yorkshire Jets 70 – 44 Loughborough Lightning Celtic Dragons
Lightning kick-off their Superleague campaign tonight when they take on Yorkshire Jets at the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield. It will be the first chance for Karen Atkinson to see her new squad in competitive action after a successful pre-season, which has seen strong performances against Surrey Storm, England U19′s, and the England Men’s Netball team.
Thunder weathered the Storm and held off a late surge from their London rivals to win a thrilling Superleague season opener. All the talk pre-game had been about that last-second Thunder win in last season’s final and this game did not disappoint. Surrey were outplayed for large spells of the game and had no answer to Thunder’s