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After Monday night’s rearranged fixture between Manchester Thunder and Hertfordshire Mavericks finished in a 14-goal win for Thunder, the semi-final standings have now been decided.

The regular season ended with such a close finish (Mavericks, Surrey Storm and Team Bath are all on 30 points each) that it went down to goal average to determine who was to finish second and third – due to the 14-goal margin of defeat for Mavericks, they dropped into third as Storm moved up into second place.

On Saturday 30th April, Manchester Thunder will host Team Bath at the Thunderdome at 4pm and Surrey Storm will welcome Hertfordshire Mavericks to the Surrey Sports Park at 6pm.

Both games will be shown on Sky Sports 5 from 3.35pm – but nothing beats being there LIVE and tickets to be at both matches are on sale now!

If you want to be at the Manchester Thunder vs Team Bath clash then you can purchase tickets here.

Alternatively, if you’d like to be at Storm and Mavericks’ third encounter of the season you can find ticket details here.

Whichever you choose, or if you decide to watch on Sky Sports 5, it’s sure to be an amazing Semi-Final day filled with some of the best netball the country has to offer!

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