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Strathclyde Sirens

Match Details

27th March 2023
Round 9
Lizzie Saywell Gary Burgess Alison Harrison
House of Sport
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Abi Robson
Abi Robson Strathclyde Sirens View profile

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Strathclyde Sirens clinch dramatic one-goal win over Dragons

27.03.23 - Celtic Dragons v Strathclyde Sirens - Vitality Netball Super League -

In a dramatic final flurry for goals, Strathclyde Sirens clinched a narrow 42-41 victory over Celtic Dragons in- Wales.

With the Round 9 match taking on the international colours themed, this Wales vs Scotland affair certainly lived up to the expectation.

Dragons came into the match following their previous day loss to London Pulse but showed plenty of  fight and resilience against their Scottish rivals.

Both teams started strong, but it was Celtic Dragons who powered through to gain a 16-10 lead heading into the second quarter.

With an injury forcing Stella Oyella onto the bench for Sirens, Niamh McCall took her place as goal attack and worked closely with captain Claire Maxwell to reduce the deficit between the two sides and reduced Dragons' lead to four heading into half time.

Celtic Dragons started the third quarter as they started the first but once the half way mark of the third quarter hit, Strathclyde Sirens stepped into gear and turned the tables, gaining a one-goal advantage going into the final quarter.

And they built the momentum from there.

Sirens started to pull away and gained a four-goal lead, but a series of turnovers from Dragons brought it back to a dramatic one-goal-game.

And in the dying embers of play, it was Sirens who were able to hold onto the lead and clinch the victory.

Report supplied by Celtic Dragons