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Strathclyde Sirens

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Team Bath Netball

Match Details

1st May 2023
Round 15
Sports Halls, Emirates
Stats Report

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Abi Robson
Abi Robson Strathclyde Sirens View profile

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Beth Dix

Beth Dix dazzled on her 50th appearance for Strathclyde Sirens as the Scottish side eased past Team Bath 69-47 to conclude Round 15.

After suffering a one-goal lose in the reverse fixture in Round 4, Sirens were fired up to give fans a convincing performance after a string of narrow loses.

Both teams needed the three points, and it quickly came down to who wanted it more; Sirens started the match strong and took an early lead.

A flying intercept from goal defence Emily Nicholl spurred the Sirens on, and her efforts were rewarded with a goal from goal shooter Bethan Goodwin.

As the first quarter ended, co-captain Beth Dix was loud in instructing her team to push on in defence and open their lead, with Sirens ending the first quarter 19-11 ahead.

Team Bath replied with a change to their line up moving Jayda Pechova from goal keeper to goal defence and bringing on Summer Artman, and the changes were effective immediately as Team Bath closed the gap to seven with five minutes.

Sirens quickly adapted and found a rhythm combined with strong rebounds and defensive pressure from Towera Vinkhumbo to push on and widen their lead to 34-22 at the half time break.

More changes to the Bath line-up followed as they tried to break down Sirens, youngster Sophie Kelly replaced Kadeen Corbin at goal attack.

Bath found a good run in the third quarter and were able to turnover some Sirens possession but not for too long with Vinkhumbo hunting in her signature style and putting her team back in the driving seat.

A flurry of changes in the Sirens line up came in the last 15 minutes. A full court connection saw the home side push on and open the score line up too much for bath to come back from.

Niamh McCall shot at 90% accuracy just missing the one goal, while Dix kept the tempo and creativity in the final quarter alive with her feeds into her shooters and ultimately earning her Player of the Match.

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