2019 VITALITY NETBALL SUPERLEAGUE

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    Well didn’t see that coming: Surrey Storm just beat Team Bath 56-50 and led for most of the game!

    Bath were without Eboni and it definitely showed. Meanwhile Siggi Burger has come back stronger than ever she has improved so much from last season: is this down to time with Norma Plummer or is she just more settled in Superleague now?

    Van de Merwe was also outstanding for Storm, taking Shaw more or less out of the game.

    Some very dodgy coaching decisionsfrom Bath (no surprises ….) taking Imogen Allison off and putting Guthrie into WD and taking Drakeford-Lewis off too…..

    Player of match was Burger: well deserved.

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    Ian
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    Yeah, what a shock result!!!

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    netballnut
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    Yep, did not expect that at all!

    Bath’s attack never really got going and they definitely missed Eboni’s presence in defence.

    I can understand Imogen Allison coming off, Yaz Parsons had a good game in WA for Storm, she looked like she had lots of space and controlled a lot of their attacking play. No idea why Sophie D-L was taken off though, strange decision…

    Burger and Van der Merwe made a huge difference to Storm, although the whole team stepped up their play tonight. There were still a few silly errors but they defended well and were generally very patient in attack – they definitely deserved the win.

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