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VNSL 2022 Team Preview: Loughborough Lightning

REIGNING premiers Loughborough Lightning will once again be among the teams to beat in the 2022 Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) competition. The Lightning lost a few players to opposition sides, but picked up a huge signing in Fran Williams from Wasps to create a star-studded defensive circle. She joins fellow international and recruit Zanele Vimbela […]

VNSL 2021: Round 10/11 – Friday & Saturday wraps

THERE has been no shortage of action across Friday and Saturday with five games already played and more still to come as the season continues to heat up and the ladder starts to take shape. Team Bath and Loughborough Lightning kicked off Round 10/11 in style with a couple of strong wins while the Dragons […]

VNSL 2021: Round 8 – Sunday wrap

ROUND 8 of the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) saw Team Bath make it eight wins straight with another strong performance to solidify their position atop of the table. Manchester Thunder, Loughborough Lightning and Wasps all claimed wins despite being challenged throughout their encounters. Manchester Thunder (48) defeated Leeds Rhinos (41) Player of the match: Laura […]

What is Loughborough Lightning’s recipe for success?

IT has been a season to remember so far for Loughborough Lightning with the side holding firm in top spot on the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) ladder and only getting better each time they step out on court. With composure to boot and quality players across the court, the Lightning have an aura they have […]

VNSL 2021: Round 5/6 – Friday & Saturday wraps

A BLOCKBUSTER Round 5/6 of Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) action began on Friday evening, with two significantly different results opening the weekend following a week off last weekend. It did not stop there though, with three Saturday encounters setting the tone for the remainder of the double round, with a couple of teams asserting themselves […]

Vitality Netball Superleague review: Round 2 – Team Bath continues hot start to season

THE second round of Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) brought plenty of controversy and close encounters with sides battling hard to claim early ascendancy. New recruits continued to make waves in their new colours while the tried and tested combinations of years gone by also proved to be the difference in narrow wins. Severn Stars (56) […]