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Where to watch: Round 17

Round 17 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 Severn Stars made history by securing their first ever top four finish in the club’s history last week, it’s time to look ahead to what is to come in round 17.

On Friday 7 June fans can watch Loughborough Lightning take on London Pulse live on Sky Sports.

Then on Saturday 8 June, the local derby between Surrey Storm and Saracens will be broadcast live on BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer.

Plus, fans can watch on YouTube as Severn Stars host Team Bath in their final ever home game on Friday 7 June.

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.

Loughborough Lightning v London Pulse – First Centre Pass at 18:00 Friday 7 June

As the semi-finals and finals approach and in front of a sold out home crowd, Loughborough Lightning will be hoping to reverse the one goal-loss they suffered when they faced London Pulse earlier in the season. Meanwhile Sim Bird will be demanding a clinical performance from her side, who came close to defeating Manchester Thunder last week at the AO Arena, but weren’t quite able to hold onto the victory. Fans won’t want to miss this match, which could turn out to be a semi-final preview.

Loughborough Lightning Player to Watch: Beth Cobden is set to make her 150th appearance for Loughborough Lightning in today’s game. In such a milestone game, look out for her trademark relentless style of defence applying pressure to the Pulse attack as she works to create turnover ball at crucial times for her team

London Pulse Player to Watch: Funmi Fadoju’s exceptional performance in round 16 earned her the goal defence bib in Tamsin Greenway’s Team of the Week. This was her tenth naming in the Team of the Week this season! The defender can always be relied on to win ball just when her team need it most and is sure to make an impact on court against the reigning champions tonight.

Where can I watch?

You can watch on Sky Sports YouTube, the first centre pass is at 18:00. Click below to watch:

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

Saracens Mavericks v Surrey Storm – First Centre Pass at 16:00 Sunday 9 June

This match sees Surrey Storm travel just round the M25 to meet local rivals Saracens Mavericks one last time. It is always a real battle when these two teams come head to head, and Surrey Storm have picked up four wins in their last five meetings. The last time Mavericks took the points over Storm was back in 2022, and with the side coming into this game following four consecutive losses in NSL 2024, they’ll be keen to put out a winning performance in front of their home crowd tonight.

Saracens Mavericks Player to Watch: Razia Quashie has been consistently strong in defence for the Mavericks this season, and last week was no different. She notched up an impressive two intercepts, four deflections and two gains. Fans at Hertfordshire Sports Village will hope they can cheer her on to more success tonight!

Surrey Storm Player to Watch: Sophie-Drakeford Lewis epitomises hard work on the court, where she gives her all for her team week-in, week-out. Displaying consistently high shooting statistics and often dictating play in the Storm attacking end, a strong performance from her tonight will be vital if Storm are to take their seventh win of NSL 2024.

Where can I watch?

You can watch on BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer, the first centre pass is at 18:00. Click here to watch.

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

Severn Stars v Team Bath – First Centre Pass at 19:30 Friday 7 June

Severn Stars will mark their final ever home game in the Netball Super League in front of a sold out crowd as they take on Team Bath on Friday. The club have made history by achieving their first ever top four finish, and they’ll now be looking to build that all-important momentum as they head into their first finals series. Team Bath, on the other hand, just missed out on victory last week so will be keen to right some wrongs today in the hope of earning another three points.

Severn Stars Player to Watch: Sigi Burger currently sits second in the Gilbert Top Scorer leaderboard, having scored 643 goals so far this season. She has been a constant, reliable presence under the post for Stars so expect this form to continue in front of a passionate home crowd tonight.

Team Bath Player to Watch: Jayda Pechova was nothing short of outstanding in round 16. She did everything she could to keep her team in the game, with three intercepts, four deflections and eight gains to her name. Fans are sure to enjoy watching the battle as she matches up against Sigi Burger tonight.

Where can I watch?

You can watch on YouTube, the first centre pass is at 17:30. Click below to watch:

The rest of the round

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

After taking their first win of the season last week, Strathclyde Sirens host league leaders Manchester Thunder on Friday at 7:30pm. Thunder enter the game high on confidence after battling to victory at the AO Arena against London Pulse last week, but Sirens will be sure to put up a real fight in front of their loyal home fans.

Finally, on Saturday Leeds Rhinos travel to Cardiff where they will play the LexisNexis Cardiff Dragons at the Utilita Arena. Dragons will be riding high on confidence after a big win over Saracens Mavericks in round 16, whilst Rhinos will be keen to get back to winning ways after just missing out against Severn Stars. This is sure to create a thrilling and fast-paced game to entertain everyone in the arena.

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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