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Where to Watch: Round 15

Round 15 of the Netball Super League (NSL) is coming up, so find out all the vital information about where to watch and follow the action over the next few days here.

After London Pulse and Loughborough Lightning became the next two teams to qualify for semi-final spots in round 14, it’s now time to look ahead to what is to come in round 15.

On Friday 24 May fans can watch Severn Stars take on Saracens Mavericks live on Sky Sports.

Then on Saturday 25 May, Leeds Rhinos travel to take on Surrey Storm live on BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer.

All the details on how to watch these unmissable matches can be found here, along with how to keep up to date on all the other games across the weekend.

Severn Stars v Saracens Mavericks – First Centre Pass at 19:30 Friday 24 May

Severn Stars are well on their way to securing the final semi-final spot, but they will only do this in round 15 if they can beat Saracens Mavericks and if Surrey Storm versus Leeds Rhinos ends in a draw on Saturday. Whilst the club edges closer to making history with its first ever top four finish, head coach Jo Trip’s mind will be solely on the task in front of her on Friday as Stars face a Mavericks side with the ability to turn over huge amounts of ball defensively. Mavericks are not completely out of the running for top four either, but they will need a win tonight to keep their hopes of a top four finish alive.

Severn Stars Player to Watch: Sigi Burger was exceptional in Stars’ round 14 win over Surrey Storm, scoring 47 goals at 98% accuracy. She was ably assisted by Jess Shaw, who notched up an impressive 51 feeds throughout the game and was rewarded for her stand out performances this season with her selection in the 2024-25 Vitality Roses programme being announced this week. Can the attacking pair continue this fantastic form against the dynamic Mavericks’ defence?

Saracens Mavericks Player to Watch: Vicki Oyesola stepped into the goal keeper position in round 14 and made a real impact. With three intercepts, seven deflections and a pick-up, the defensive star made it into Lindsey Chapman’s Team of the Week in the same week that it was announced she’d be returning to the Vitality Roses programme for 2024-25. Off the back of this exciting announcement, fans can expect to see her firing out on court again this weekend.

Where can I watch?

You can watch on Sky Sports YouTube, the first centre pass is at 19:30. Click below to watch:

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

Surrey Storm v Leeds Rhinos – First Centre Pass at 19:00 Saturday 25 May

There is a lot on the line in this battle of fifth versus sixth in the NSL table, where only a win will do for both teams as they look to keep their chance of a top four finish alive. A draw in this game could confirm Severn Stars’ spot as the fourth semi-finalists, whereas a loss for either team playing tonight would eliminate them from the top four race. Surrey Storm will want to bounce back from a tough loss against Severn Stars last week in front of their loyal home crowd, whilst Rhinos are continuing to build some momentum after two consecutive wins. Fans watching from home can expect a feisty battle as these two sides are sure to leave it all on the court in pursuit of a win tonight.

Surrey Storm Player to Watch: After an unusually quiet game from Proscovia Peace-Nwokocha in round 14, Surrey Storm fans will be cheering the goal shooter back to her brilliant best tonight. Peace-Nwokocha is a lynchpin in the Storm attacking end and her match up with the equally legendary Geva Mentor will certainly be one to watch.

Leeds Rhinos Player to Watch: Amelia Hall took many Leeds Rhinos fans by surprise when she entered the game wearing the goal attack bib back in round 11 and picked up the Experience Kissimmee Player of the Match award. Since then, she has continued this fine form at both goal attack and her more familiar position of wing attack. Whichever position she is in, Rhinos will be relying on her speed and creativity to play around Storm’s defence end tonight.

Where can I watch?

You can watch on BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer, the first centre pass is at 19:00. Click here to watch.

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

The rest of the round

On top of our broadcast games, there are three more matches taking place this round that you can buy tickets to watch live, or follow the action on X.

After confirming their semi-final spot last week, Loughborough Lightning host Strathclyde Sirens at the Sir David Wallace Arena at 6pm on Friday. Sirens have built momentum throughout the season in pursuit of that elusive first win, but this will be a tough ask against the reigning champions who will be playing with the support of a loud and passionate home crowd. With a home semi-final spot still up for grabs, fans can expect Vic Burgess’ side to come out fighting and ready to entertain.

At 7:30pm on Friday, Manchester Thunder travel to face Team Bath. With newly announced Vitality Roses in both squads, fans at the arena will be treated to an exciting display of the world class talent in the NSL live on court. Both Manchester Thunder’s Lois Pearson and Team Bath’s Tash Pavelin have been elevated from the Future Roses to the Vitality Roses programme for 2024-25, setting up an on-court battle that fans surely won’t be able to take their eyes off.

Finally, the LexisNexis Cardiff Dragons are on the road to face London Pulse on Saturday at 7pm. Dragons are determined to get back to winning ways after suffering three consecutive losses, while Pulse are riding high after securing their semi-final spot last week. This certainly sets up an intriguing match for fans at the Copper Box Arena to enjoy.

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.

If you can’t make it to the games, you can keep up to date with all the action with updates at half time and full time on the @NetballSL Twitter account. You can also see all the results from round three as they come in on our fixtures & results page.

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