Jump to main content
Vitality Netball Super League

With just two round remaining in the 2017 Vitality Netball Superleague, there are still four teams in the running to make Finals weekend but one must miss out.

Sitting in the box seat are Wasps Netball who currently occupy second place in the table, although they will be frustrated at missing out on qualifying after a loss to Surrey Storm in Round 16.

On Saturday they come up against Celtic Dragons and will be heavy favourites to finally seal their place in the semi-finals.

The Welsh side have stuttered in recent weeks despite producing some resilient displays and the visitors will be all out to take the win.

Two of the sides chasing them come together in a titanic tussle on Monday night LIVE in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Manchester Thunder need one more win to seal their place in the Final Four while Team Bath sit six points behind their opponents and level with Storm, who play Sirens two days earlier.

If Storm are able to clinch a home win, the pressure would be huge on the blue and gold as they look to dent Thunder’s hopes while keeping up their own challenge.

Having seen their top four hopes ended last week, Sirens will be keen to close out their campaign as strongly as possible and would relish the opportunity to have their say on the Final Four race.

After Round 16 results went their way, Loughborough Lightning can celebrate finishing top of the regular season table and they will be in confident mood ahead of their visit of Team Northumbria.

The Newcastle-based team are marooned in ninth place, unable to catch up to those above and six points clear of the Dragons.

Round 17 gets underway on Friday night as Severn Stars welcome Hertfordshire Mavericks with the two sides locked together on 15 points.

Stay updated with the latest scores and news from the Vitality Netball Superleague by following the official @NetballSL twitter account.

Round 17 fixtures

Friday 26th May:

Stars v Mavericks, 7:30pm

Saturday 27th May:

Dragons v Wasps, 4pm

Lightning v Northumbria, 6pm

Storm v Sirens, 7pm

Monday 29th May:

Thunder v Bath, 7:30pm, LIVE on Sky Sports Mix from 7:15pm

You can stay up to date no matter where you are this season by downloading the fabulous new Vitality Netball Superleague app now!

Tickets are selling fast for the Final Four at Manchester Arena on Saturday 10th June and Sunday 11th June. Make sure not to miss out and get yours today!

Previous Story Cardwell desperate for Stars win
Next Story Wasps ready for final home game of 2017

More News

Catherine Tuivaiti of Severn Stars.
8th Aug 2022

The five biggest transfers from the 2022 Signing Window

Reading: 5 mins
Two Rounds, Three places and Four teams to battle it out!
7th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Legacy Netball

Reading: 4 mins
Eboni Usoro-Brown of Team Bath Netball.
7th Aug 2022

Eboni Usoro-Brown retires from netball

Reading: 3 mins
Two Rounds, Three places and Four teams to battle it out!
6th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Final day set with England battling for bronze

Reading: 3 mins
Two Rounds, Three places and Four teams to battle it out!
5th Aug 2022

Commonwealth Games: Classification closes with some top performances

Reading: 4 mins

Google Ad – MPU – Right Column