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Team Northumbria

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Wasps

Match Details

25th February 2017
Round 2
Genting Arena (NEC) Birmingham
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Match Results

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Team Northumbria suffered a 70-46 defeat to Wasps Netball at Super Ten and potentially more damaging in the long term, lost influential mid-courter Katarina Cooper to injury during the third quarter.

It was a good start to the game for Te Aroha Keenan's team as they were holding Wasps at 11-11 before a crushing run of goals for their opponents gave them early daylight.

Ex-England International Rachel Dunn hit the target with every shot in the first half for Wasps and with current Rose, Natalie Haythornthwaite pulling the mid-court strings, the side in black and gold were able to pull clear.

You can read the official Team Northumbria math report by - heading here.