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Where to Watch: Round 7

Round 7 is upon us and we have three more live games coming your way, kicking off, as usual, with Friday Night Netball live on Sky Sports!

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Here’s how you can watch the action.


Strathclyde Sirens vs. Saracens Mavericks – Friday 17 March, 19:30

Kicking off the weekend we head to Scotland where’s there’s a neon party happening at the Emirates Arena as Strathclyde Sirens host Saracens Mavericks.

Honours were shared evenly last season with Sirens coming out on top by seven goals in the last meeting in Glasgow.

In Round 6, Sirens pushed London Pulse all the way to the final quarter before losing out 63-53. Beth Dix rose to the top of the feeding charts, registering 27 feeds against Pulse – her highest total since Round 1. Mavericks were afforded a break and will be hoping they can take their good home form on the road and pick up their first points away from Hertfordshire this season.

Watch Friday Night Netball live on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube (UK only) from 19:00 with the hype show with Kadeen Corbin and Sasha Corbin, before all the analysis and build-up at 19:15.


Loughborough Lightning vs. Leeds Rhinos – Sunday 19 March, 16:00

Tune in for a Mother’s Day treat on Sunday as Loughborough Lightning welcome Leeds Rhinos.

Lightning will be fresh off the back of their break in Round 6 and will be determined to return to winning ways after being struck down by 2022 champions, Manchester Thunder in their last outing. Fran Williams, who has had an impressive start to the season claiming three Gilbert Player of the Match awards, will be a pivotal player for last year’s runners up and, alongside her Roses teammate, Alice Harvey, will be a hard unit to break down.

Rhinos are still searching for their first win of the season after losing out in the battle of the north last weekend with Thunder. With Australia U21 Jemma Donoghue coming in to the squad in place of Nicola Smith, Rhinos now have a more settled side and head coach Liana Leota will be hoping they can start to rise off the foot of the table.

Watch all the action as it unfolds live on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) from 16:00.


Surrey Storm vs. Celtic Dragons – Monday 20 March, 19:30

Our last game of Round 7 comes from the Surrey Sports Park, as current league leaders Surrey Storm welcome fiery foes’ Celtic Dragons.

Mikki Austin‘s side bounced back from their first defeat in Round 6 with an impressive 54-80 win at Team Bath, becoming the second team this season to score over 80 in a game. Proscovia Peace was a dominant force under the post, scoring 59 – her most in a single game this campaign.

Dragons have just one win after their first five games but the Welsh side can take heart from their last couple of meetings with Storm where just six goals were the difference in the last meeting in Round 20 and one goal separated the two sides in Round 10.

Subscribe to the Sky Sports YouTube channel and get notified when this game goes live on Monday at 19:30.


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See all the results as they come in on our fixtures & results page.

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