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It’s time for Round 5, starting with Friday Night Netball!

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Here’s how you can watch the action.


Manchester Thunder vs. Loughborough Lightning – 19:30

Manchester Thunder host Loughborough Lightning in a repeat of last year’s Grand Final.

For the reigning champions Thunder this is their first home game of the season and they have a difficult task at hand as they take on a Lightning side who have a 100% record this campaign and the best goal difference in the league.

Karen Greig’s team returned to winning ways last weekend, claiming three points away at London Pulse. Lenize Potgieter continued her fine form under the post, maintaining a shooting accuracy of 97.48% – the best in the league. But the South African shooter will be under further pressure this week as she comes up against Fran Williams in the circle who has won three consecutive Gilbert Player of the Match awards and tops the standings for intercepts and turnovers.

Tune in to Friday Night Netball on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube (UK only) from 19:00 with the hype show with Kadeen Corbin and Sasha Corbin before the main channel build-up starts with pre-match interviews and analysis at 19:15.


Strathclyde Sirens vs. Leeds Rhinos – 14:00

In what will be just their fifth meeting, Strathclyde Sirens will be hoping to build on their first victory against Leeds Rhinos last season, returning to winning ways in front of their fans.

Whilst Rhinos are the only side without a point so far this season, the Yorkshire side can take heart from their last visit to Glasgow where they edged a two-goal victory. And after having an extra week to prepare with no game in round four, Liana Leota will be determined to see her side get their season up and running this weekend.

Watch Sirens against Rhinos on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) with the first centre pass at 18:00.


Severn Stars vs. Team Bath – 19:00

Fresh off wins in round four, Severn Stars and Team Bath come into this fixture with reasons to be positive.

For the hosts, their win last weekend took them up to six points, nine rounds sooner than last season. Sigi Burger is enjoying life down in Worcester since moving from Rhinos and is currently second in the goal standings with a shooting accuracy of 94.55% – only bettered by two players in the top ten.

Imogen Allison helped inspire her side to a one-goal win last weekend against Sirens. Summer Artman, who returned to Team Bath this season, takes on her former side alongside Bethan Dyke.

Tune in to Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) to watch Stars against Team Bath. First centre pass is 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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