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Strathclyde Sirens

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Severn Stars

Match Details

2nd May 2022
Round 16
Emirates Arena (Rearranged fixture)
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Bethan Dyke
Bethan Dyke Severn Stars View profile

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Severn Stars rounded off a doubleheader weekend with a win against Strathclyde Sirens.

Stars were looking to bounce back from defeat to London Pulse earlier in the weekend, as the third-placed side created an unrecoverable lead in the first three quarters.

But Stars bounced back two days later, holding their nerve despite a tense conclusion to take the victory in Glasgow, 49-54.

After an intense start Stars were able to take an early lead over the home side, with the quarter ending 10-15 to Stars. In the second quarter, Sirens began to respond to a flowing Stars side, but it wasn’t enough with Stars still edging the lead at half-time, 26-29.

Stars extended their lead to seven goals in the third quarter, but Sirens were quick to take positive action and pulled the game back to within three, 39-42 to Stars and all was set up for a tight deciding last quarter.

The final 15 minutes saw Stars fight to maintain their lead, but Sirens fought back, coming within one goal of the away side several times. But it was the Stars players who maintained their composure to see out the win, 49-54.

Stars, a joint franchise between the University of Worcester and University of Gloucestershire, next play Celtic Dragons at the Sports Wales National Centre in Cardiff on Saturday, May 7, at 4pm.

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You can also watch the highlights from all the games in the VNSL 2022 season HERE. Buy tickets to support Severn Stars at their home games here and support Strathclyde Sirens at their home ground by buying tickets here.

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