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2022 VNSL club preview: Manchester Thunder

REIGNING Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) Grand Finalists Manchester Thunder will look to go one better in the 2022 season. They have recruited a couple of international stars and some rising young talents to bulk up an already impressive list of players that drove the Thunder to the 2021 decider off the back of a 17-3 […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Team Bath

BOASTING a starting seven that will be stacked with international representatives, Team Bath will be one of the 2022 Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) contenders. They have a rock solid defence, star-studded midcourt and reliable attacking circle, making them very tricky to come up against. >> VNSL 2022 Team preview: Team Bath 2022 SQUAD: DEFENDERS: Lily-May […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Leeds Rhinos

THE Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL)’s newest club, Leeds Rhinos, is coming off an impressive 2021 season, playing finals in its first full year. Over the off-season, the Rhinos had a change of coach, and a few squad moves, to try and reinvigorate the side to remain in the hunt for the 2022 title. >> VNSL […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Saracens Mavericks

GAINING a red-hot international shooter in the wake of a reliable veteran retiring, and the Saracens Mavericks again look like a team to watch in 2022. The Mavericks just missed out on the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) finals series last year, but with minimal changes and an exciting, developing team, there is every chance they […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Strathclyde Sirens

WITH one of the most stable off-seasons of any Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) club, the Strathclyde Sirens would be hoping continuity can spur them into the top four. Finishing sixth last season, the Sirens were just four points off a finals spot, and had a couple of draws with some mid-table rivals that would have […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Wasps Netball

HAVING lost a couple of international talents over the off-season, Wasps Netball will look to utilise its youth, having replaced a number of players with fresh faces. Wasps only finished five points adrift of the top four, and most importantly had a superior goal difference to fourth with a massive plus-80, and they will be […]

2022 VNSL club preview: London Pulse

AFTER a busy off-season, London Pulse will be a team to watch in 2022, having recruited well to not only replace outgoing talents, but add extra depth to their list. With ex-Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander also coming on board, the Pulse have quite the season ahead in the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL). >> VNSL 2022 […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Severn Stars

LOOKING to rise up the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) ladder in 2022, Severn Stars had quite the off-season. Recruiting four players from opposition VNSL sides and getting an international star back on court in the new season, expect the Stars to rise up the table. >> VNSL 2022 Team preview: Severn Stars 2022 SQUAD: DEFENDERS: […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Surrey Storm

IT was another tough season for Surrey Storm in 2021, finishing in the bottom four for the fourth consecutive time (excluding 2020). The Storm will hope to get back to its success of five years ago, and have recruited some fresh faces into the squad for the 2022 season. >> VNSL 2022 Team preview: Surrey […]

2022 VNSL club preview: Celtic Dragons

AFTER a winning just one game in 2021, the Celtic Dragons are hoping to rise back up the ladder in 2022 with good depth up either end. Here is a look at how the side is shaping up into the new year with the squad and fixtures. >> VNSL 2022 Team preview: Celtic Dragons 2022 […]

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