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Vitality Netball Super League

Manchester Thunder saw off a spirited fightback by Team Bath to clinch their place in the 2016 Vitality Netball Superleague Grand Final.

The hosts raced out of the blocks to take a commanding 11-goal lead at the end of the opening quarter. A resilient Bath side refused to give in and threatened a late upset before falling to a 53-46 loss.

It will be a second Grand Final in three years for Thunder having been led to the showpiece event by Dan Ryan on his debut season in the Superleague.

To read the full match report from Manchester Thunder head here.

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