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Where to Watch: Round 10

Taken during the Netball Super League game between Leeds Rhinos and Severn Stars at the Allam Sports Centre, Guilford, England on 24th March 2023.

The halfway point of NSL 2023 is upon us and we have three more live games coming your way, starting with a brilliant Friday Night Netball battle live on SkySports!

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Here’s how you can watch all the action.


Team Bath vs Leeds Rhinos

Both Team Bath and Leeds Rhinos head into tonight’s Friday Night Netball fixture with everything to gain and hungry for a win, with just two points separating the sides in the league table.

Asha Francis’ Team Bath narrowly missed out in Round 8 to Saracens Mavericks, leading for most of the way but pipped to the post by just four goals. Kadeen Corbin took on her former side and her sister (Sasha Corbin), putting on a characteristically creative performance scoring 20 goals at GA but also making deflections, interceptions and turnovers.

Imogen Allison also impressed, making five deflections and 22 feeds. Team Bath have won three of the last four meetings between this side and will be hoping to continue this winning streak.

In Yorkshire, Liana Leota’s Leeds Rhinos have been building over the last few rounds, challenging top of the table Loughborough Lightning in a close game in Round 7 and going down to the wire in an exciting Friday Night Netball in Round 8, losing out by just two goals to Severn Stars (51-53). Captain Nia Jones made a welcome return to court last weekend after taking time out for a calf injury while Paige Reed continued to impress as GS as she came up against her former side, notching up 37 goals and shooting at 92.5% accuracy.

Rhinos have only beaten Team Bath once before (2022) and will be hungry to improve their win rate this Friday.

Tune in to Friday Night Netball live on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube from 19:00. Catch the first centre pass at 19:30.


Manchester Thunder vs Strathclyde Sirens

Both riding high on win streaks, Strathclyde Sirens travel down to Manchester to take on the defending champions at Belle Vue Arena.

Manchester Thunder have only lost one game this season so far in Round 2 (56-49) but in their last two fixtures have been pushed all the way, winning by a seven goal margin against Severn Stars in Round 7 and Saracens Mavericks in Round 9 – both fixtures ending on the same score: 56-63. Captain Nat Metcalf sits at the top of the league feeds standings (216) and has made three consecutive appearances in the NSL Team of the Week.

Strathclyde Sirens continued their shining form on Monday in the final game of Round 9 to beat Celtic Dragons by just one goal, after being down by four at half time. Scotland captain Claire Maxwell put on a impactful display, gaining recognition as Gilbert Player of the Match for the second time running.

The last time these two sides met, Thunder beat Sirens 71-60. Can the Scottish side continue their win rate in NSL 2023 or will history repeat itself?

Tune in from 17:00 live on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only).

 


Saracens Mavericks vs London Pulse

Always an historically close battle, Round 10 draws to a close with Monday night’s encounter between Saracens Mavericks and London Pulse.

With a range of results this season Mavericks are yet to win two consecutive games and will be hoping to bounce back from their narrow defeat against defending champions Manchester Thunder in Round 9.

Kira Rothwell comes up against her old side in this fixture, with whom she scored 144 goals for in her time at the club.

London Pulse are proving to be a force to be reckoned with this season, defeating Loughborough Lightning last week for the first time in the clubs’ history. They currently appear second in the table after being the only side to win two games in the Round 8 and 9 double header weekend, sitting just 3 points behind league leaders Surrey Storm. Funmi Fadoju currently sits second in the number of deflections in the league on 45, just two behind her England teammate Layla Guscoth, and appears also on the leaderboard for most intercepts (10th) and most turnovers (7th).

Pulse will be looking to continue their 100% away win record in the 2023 season as they visit Hertfordshire Sports Village on Monday evening.

Watch this encounter live from 18:00 on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only).


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.

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