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British Fast5 All-Star Championship draw

The highly anticipated draw for the 2019 British Fast5 All-Star Championship has been completed and there are a number of thrilling fixtures that will take place at the Copper Box Arena in London on Saturday 12 October.

Across a five-hour session, the eight teams will play in a double-elimination format; two wins and the team will advance straight through to the semi-finals while two losses will result in being knocked out of the tournament. Teams that have won one and lost one of their opening matches will play a deciding match for a place in the last four.

Defending champions Wasps will take on Severn Stars who are boosted by the addition of All-Star Leana de Bruin.

Reigning Vitality Netball Superleague champions Manchester Thunder will face Loughborough Lightning. This is a fixture that will see Australian Diamonds legend Erin Bell up against Vitality Roses star Jo Harten for Thunder and Lightning respectively as they look to fire their sides into the final with their exception shooting skills.

Stacey Francis returns to Team Bath for the championship and told Sky Sports she is ‘excited to be back in blue and gold’. They will take on Celtic Dragons who finished seventh in the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague.

The final fixture drawn put Surrey Storm up against Saracens Mavericks.

Speaking to Sky Sports at the draw, Saracens Mavericks Kadeen Corbin said: “We have good quality players and we’ll see how we get on and hopefully we can get to the final”.

The games get underway at 1pm on Saturday 12 October and sill be shown live on Sky Sports.

British Fast5 All-Star draw:

Wasps v Severn Stars

Manchester Thunder v Loughborough Lightning

Team Bath v Celtic Dragons

Surrey Storm v Saracens Mavericks

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