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Super Netball Round Three wrap up

We have barely had enough time to catch our breath after the excitement and drama of round two before round three of Super Netball begins! And so it is for Super Netball in 2020 with the next three rounds also being played with super short turnarounds. 

The GIANTS celebrate their win. Super Netball round three Image: Suncorp Super Netball
The GIANTS celebrate their win. Image: Suncorp Super Netball

Last month, Erin Delahunty wrote about the concerns that such tight turnarounds could lead to injury and burnout. While extended benches may go some way to helping alleviate that risk, other rule changes may have some unexpected results. As Brittany Carter wrote, the two-point shot has already seen Diamonds captain, Caitlin Bassett, spend chunks of time on the bench. What all that means for the national team remains to be seen. But there’s no doubt that the 2020 season will continue to provide plenty of talking points. 

Something we can all agree on, is how absolutely delightful it is watching Ash Brazill’s son pick his Super Netball winners!

GIANTS Netball vs West Coast Fever, Tuesday August 11th @ Nissan Arena, Brisbane

GIANTS Netball – 75
West Coast Fever – 68

Score breakdown

Q1: GIANTS 17 v Fever 20
Q2: GIANTS 22 v Fever 15
Q3: GIANTS 19 v Fever 17
Q4: GIANTS 17 v Fever 16

Player of the Match

Jo Harten (GIANTS Netball)

GIANTS Netball shooting statistics: 69/78 (88%)

Caitlin Bassett – G1 47/53 (89%), total points 47
Jo Harten – G1 16/18 (89%) G2 6/7 (86%), total points 28

West Coast Fever shooting statistics: 63/75 (84%)

Jhaniele Fowler – G1 57/58 (98%) G2 1/8 (13%), total points 59
Kaylia Stanton – G1 0/1 (0%) G2 3/4 (75%), total points 6
Alice Teague-Neeld – G1 1/2 (50%) G2 ½ (50%), total points 3

GIANTS Netball starting seven

GS – Caitlin Bassett GA – Jo Harten WA – Kiera Austin C – Jamie-Lee Price WD – Amy Parmenter GD – Kristiana Manu’a GK – Sam Poolman

West Coast Fever starting seven

GS – Jhaniele Fowler GA – Kaylia Stanton WA – Ingrid Colyer C – Jess Anstiss WD – Stacey Francis GD – Shannon Eagland GK – Olivia Lewis

Queensland Firebirds vs Collingwood Magpies, Tuesday August 11th @ Nissan Arena, Brisbane

Queensland Firebirds – 54
Collingwood Magpies – 58

Score breakdown

Q1: Firebirds 17 v Magpies 14
Q2: Firebirds 15 v Magpies 14
Q3: Firebirds 13 v Magpies 15
Q4: Firebirds 9 v Magpies 15

Player of the Match

Molly Jovic (Collingwood Magpies)

Queensland Firebirds shooting statistics: 52/62 (84%)

Romelda Aiken – G1 37/42 (88%), total points 37
Ine-Mari Venter – G1 1/1 (100%) G2 1/2 (50%), total points 3
Tippah Dwan – G1 12/14 (86%) G2 1/3 (33%), total points 14

Collingwood Magpies shooting statistics: 53/62 (85%)

Shimona Nelson – G1 42/45 (93%), total points 42
Gabrielle Sinclair – G1 2/6 (33%) G2 5/6 (83%), total points 12

Queensland Firebirds starting seven

GS – Romelda Aiken GA – Ine-Mari Venter WA – Jemma Mi Mi C – Mahalia Cassidy WD – Gabi Simpson GD – Tara Hinchliffe GK – Kim Jenner

Collingwood Magpies starting seven

GS – Shimona Nelson GA – Gabrielle Sinclair WA – Madi Browne C – Molly Jovic WD – Melissa Bragg GD – Jodi Ann Ward GK – Geva Mentor

NSW Swifts vs Adelaide Thunderbirds, Wednesday August 12th @ USC Stadium, Sunshine Coast 

NSW Swifts – 66
Adelaide Thunderbirds – 51

Score breakdown

Q1: Swifts 18 v Thunderbirds 10
Q2: Swifts 17 v Thunderbirds 13
Q3: Swifts 12 v Thunderbirds 12
Q4: Swifts 19 v Thunderbirds 16

Player of the Match

Paide Hadley (NSW Swifts)

NSW Swifts shooting statistics: 59/72 (82%)

Sam Wallace – G1 25/26 (96%) G2 2/4 (50%), total points 29
Kelly Singleton – G1 1/2 (50%), total points 1
Helen Housby – G1 16/20 (80%) G2 5/7 (71%), total points 26
Sophie Garbin – G1 10/13 (77%), total points 10

Adelaide Thunderbirds shooting statistics: 

Lenize Potgeiter – G1 18/19 (95%), total points 18
Sasha Glasgow – G1 9/11 (82%) G2 7/10 (70%), total points 23
Georgie Horjus – G1 7/8 (88%) G2 0/1 (0%), total points 7
Samantha Gooden – G1 3/4 (75%) G2 0/2 (0%), total points 3

NSW Swifts starting seven

GS – Sam Wallace GA – Kelly Singleton WA – Nat Haythornthwaite C – Paige Hadley WD – Tayla Fraser GD – Nicola Styles GK – Lauren Moore

Adelaide Thunderbirds starting seven

GS – Lenize Potgieter GA – Sasha Glasgow WA – Hannah Petty C – Maisie Nankivell WD – Shadine van der Merwe GD – Chelsea Blackman GK – Shamera Sterling

Related—Super Netball Round Three Preview

Melbourne Vixens vs Sunshine Coast Lightning, Wednesday August 12th @ USC Stadium, Sunshine Coast 

Melbourne Vixens – 63
Sunshine Coast Lightning – 51

Score breakdown

Q1: Vixens 16 v Lightning 11
Q2: Vixens 18 v Lightning 8
Q3: Vixens 15 v Lightning 19
Q4: Vixens 14 v Lightning 13

Player of the Match

Kate Moloney (Melbourne Vixens)

Melbourne Vixens shooting statistics: 57/72 (79%)

Mwai Kumwenda – G1 21/21 (100%) G2 0/2 (0%), total points 21
Caitlin Thwaites – G1 14/20 (70%) G2 3/4 (75%), total points 20
Tegan Philip – G1 16/19 (84%) G2 3/6 (50%), total points 22

Sunshine Coast Lightning shooting statistics: 48/60 (80%)

Cara Koenen – G1 29/33 (88%) G2 1/1 (100%), total points 31
Steph Wood – G1 9/12 (75%) G2 2/5 (40%), total points 13
Peace Proscovia – G1 7/9 (78%), total points 7

Melbourne Vixens starting seven

GS – Mwai Kumwenda GA – Caitlin Thwaites WA – Liz Watson C – Kate Moloney WD – Kate Eddy GD – Jo Weston GK – Emoly Mannix

Sunshine Coast Lightning starting seven

GS – Cara Koenen GA – Steph Wood WA – Laura Scherian C – Jacqui Russell WD – Laura Langman GD – Karla Pretorius GK – Phumza Maweni

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