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Team Bath Netball

Match Details

4th March 2023
Round 5
University of Worcester Arena
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Match Results

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Ali Wilshier
Ali Wilshier Team Bath Netball View profile

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Severn Stars secured back-to-back wins for the first time this season as they battled off Team Bath in a 67-50 display at the University of Worcester Arena.

Asha Francis’ side looked energised in the opening minutes after converting three early goals, but the hosts grew into the game, soon erasing the slim deficit through the in-form Sigi Burger.

A series of unforced errors from Bath provided Stars with turnovers and with the unstoppable Burger in space, the Worcester based side were able to capitalise.

With the Blue and Gold side still looking to reduce the deficit, Kadeen Corbin and Betsy Creak attempted to work the ball patiently but Stars’ Rebekah Airey was there to intercept the danger and Stars looked settled as they took a 17-12 lead into the second quarter.

Francis looked to freshen things up ahead of Q2 as former Stars keeper Summer Artman entered the court as Imogen Allison departed, shifting Jayda Pechova to goal defence and Lily-May Catling into the wing defence role.

Jess Shaw and Grace Namana provided a dangerous threat as they worked the pockets well, but a footwork call on the goal attack, forced a turnover for Bath.

Bath continued to fight back but a defensively resolute combination of Jo Trip and Airey prevented them as they headed in at half time 30-22 up.

Stars continued as they left off after forcing an early turnover in the goal defence third; top goal-scorer Burger makes no mistake from close range.

Down but not out, Francis’ side were patient with their build up place as Sophie Kelly looked to thread the ball into Hannah Passmore, but Airey read the play, intercepting a dangerous feed.

Stars began to create a bigger lead, securing a 46-32 advantage with just 15 minutes to go.

Corbin proved to be a shining light for her side as she displayed her skills after rolling off the back of the defence to receive and score as the visitor's upped their tempo.

But despite the final quarter fight-back, a composed and refreshed Stars side held off the five-time League winners to earn their third victory of the season.

Match report provided by Severn Stars