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Where to Watch: Rounds Two and Three

The new Netball Super League season is now underway!

After the incredible Season Opener in Nottingham, we travel to venues across the country for the first home and away games of the 2023 campaign and it all kicks off with Friday Night Netball.

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There are four live games taking place across rounds two and three. See how you can watch all the action below.

London Pulse vs. Team Bath – 19:30

Eight months on since these two sides last met in the third-place play-off at last year’s Grand Final, London Pulse kick-off round two against Team Bath.

The hosts got off to a winning start at the Motorpoint Arena, defeating Leeds Rhinos with Berri Neil taking the plaudits and the Gilbert Player of the Match award with a 100% record under the post. Meanwhile, for Team Bath, a lot of lessons were learnt from their 86-52 defeat to Loughborough Lightning.

In the first edition of Friday Night Netball, live on Sky Sports Mix and the Sky Sports YouTube channel (UK only), Kadeen and Sasha Corbin will be getting the party started from 19:00 with a 15-minute hype show with exclusive access to player and behind-the-scenes footage before the main channel build-up and analysis starts at 19:15.

Tune in from 19:00 and catch the first centre pass at 19:30.

Surrey Storm vs. Manchester Thunder – 16:00

After two wins from two games, league leaders Surrey Storm get ready to welcome the reigning champions Manchester Thunder to Surrey Sports Park.

Last year’s top scorer, Proscovia Peace scored an incredible 104 goals against Thunder last season but was on the wrong end of the scoreline on both occasions.

Both sides have their sights firmly set on top four places this season so you won’t want to miss this. Tune in on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) from 15:45 with first centre pass at 16:00.

Severn Stars vs. Strathclyde Sirens – 19:00

Severn Stars made a winning start at the Season Opener beating Saracens Mavericks for the first time since 2018. Player-coach Jo Trip has impressed in her first two Stars outings and currently leads the NSL leaderboard for intercepts with six.

For Strathclyde Sirens head coach Lesley MacDonald, she will be hoping her team can stamp out the unforced errors that cost them in the third quarter against Surrey Storm on the opening day.

First centre pass is at 19:00 and you can watch it all on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) from 18:45.

Celtic Dragons vs. Team Bath – 19:00

Into round three and Celtic Dragons welcome Team Bath for their first home game of the season.

As two of the founding members of the Netball Super League, the teams know each other well. For Team Bath, their last NSL title came against Dragons in 2013 and they haven’t lost against the Green Army since 2014.

After impressing many last season, and making a valiant effort against Thunder in their opening game, Dragons will be looking to push the five-time champions all the way.

Watch all the action live on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) from 18:45 with first centre pass at 19:00

If you would like to go down to any of this weekend’s games, head over to our tickets page where you will find links to all of the team’s ticket pages.

See all the results from rounds two and three as they come in on our fixtures & results page.

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