Super Netball Semi-Finalists

The Melbourne Vixens, Sunshine Coast Lightning, Giants Netball and Magpies Netball Club battle to become the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball Champions.

MAJOR SEMI-FINAL: The winner of this game will book a place in the grand final on Saturday 17th June. The loser will have another opportunity to book their place in the grand final by progressing to the preliminary final on Saturday 10th June against the winner of the Minor Semi-Final.

1. Melbourne Vixens

The Vixens will be hosting the Major Semi-Final against the Sunshine Coast Lightning after finishing 1st in the table. They completed the home and away season with 12 wins and only 2 losses with a squad that includes: Jo Weston, Khao Watts, Chloe Watson, Emily Mannix, Liz Watson, Kate Moloney, Emma Ryde, Mwai Kumwenda, Tegan Philip and Kadie-Ann Dehaney.

Stats:

35 Offensive Rebounds

46 Defensive Rebounds

571 Goal Assists

768 Centre Pass Receives

874 Goals

981 Goal Attempts

163 Deflections

101 Intercepts

 

2. Sunshine Coast Lightning

The Sunshine coast lightning will travel away to play in the Major Semi-Final against the Melbourne Vixens after finishing 2nd in the table just behind the vixens on goal difference. They finished the home and away season with 12 wins and 2 losses with a squad that includes: Stephanie Wood, Madeline Mcauliffe, Laura Scherian, Erena Mikaere, Karla Mostert, Cara Koenen, Kelsey Browne, Laura Langman, Geva Mentor, Caitlin Bassett.

Stats:

41 Offensive Rebounds

52 Defensive Rebounds

487 Goal Assists

719 Centre Pass Receives

808 Goals

908 Goal Attempts

225 Deflections

117 Intercepts

 

MINOR SEMI-FINAL: The winner of this game will book a place in the preliminary final on Saturday 10th June to face the loser of the major semi-final for a place in the grand final. The loser will be knocked out of the competition and finish the season in 4th place.

3. Giants Netball

Giants Netball will host the minor semi final against the Collingwood Magpies after finishing 3rd in the table losing by just 1 goal to the Sunshine Coast Lightning in last weekend’s final round. They finished the season with 10 wins and 4 loses with a squad that includes: Bec Bulley, Jamie-lee Price, Sam Poolman, Susan Pettitt, Jo Harten, Serena Guthrie, Kim Green, Taylah Davies, Kristina Brice, Toni Anderson.

Stats:

42 Offensive Rebounds

43 Defensive Rebounds

483 Goal Assists

686 Centre Pass Receives

773 Goals

900 Goal Attempts

234 Deflections

94 Intercepts

 

4. Collingwood Magpies

The Magpies held on to reach the minor semi-final and they will head away to play Giants Netball for a place in the preliminary final. They finished the season with 9 wins and 4 losses with a squad that includes: Micaela Wilson, Caitlin Thwaites, Alice Teague-Neeld, Madi Robinson, Kim Ravaillion, Sharni Layton, Cody Lange, Ashleigh Brazill, Shae Brown, April Brandley.

Stats:

38 Offensive Rebounds

39 Defensive Rebounds

509 Goal Assists

714 Centre Pass Receives

770 Goals

907 Goal Attempts

212 Deflections

113 Intercepts

 

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Article Source: supernetball.com.au

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