2020 ANZP ROUND 5 – PULSE v STEEL

2020 ANZP ROUND 5 – PULSE v STEEL2020-07-10T09:13:10+10:00
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      FRI JUL 10 – PULSE v STEEL (Auckland)

      7pm NZ time (5pm AEST, 4:30pm SA, 3pm WA, 8am UK)

      Live scoring: https://mc.championdata.com/anz_premiership/index.html?competitionid=11035&matchid=110350501

      Live streaming: https://netballnz.streamamg.com/

      Baller
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        Last week the Steel really pushed the Pulse so anything could happen. Tactically as the Steel need points, so do you target both games, one or play it out?

        Loving netball over four nights.

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          Pulse
          GS Dunn
          GA Ekenasio
          WA Gordon
          C Kersten
          WD Burger
          GD Rore
          GK Jury

          Steel
          GS O’Connell
          GA McCollin
          WA Crampton
          C Saunders
          WD Heffernan
          GD Selby-Rickit
          GK Fifita

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            1/4 time: Steel 12-11

            Dunn 9/9 (100%)
            Ekenasio 2/2 (100%)

            O’Connell 6/9 (67%)
            McCollin 6/7 (86%)

            Great start from Steel. Can they keep it up for the full 4 qtrs. Meanwhile, Dunn & Ekenasio have now gone the equivalent of a full 60 minute match vs Steel without missing… 58/58

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              1/2 time: Pulse 22-20

              Dunn 15/17 (88%)
              Ekenasio 7/9 (78%)

              O’Connell 13/18 (72%)
              McCollin 7/11 (64%)

              Well, Pulse took the lead in that Q, but they haven’t shaken the Steel, who are hanging in there. Accuracy the difference although Dunn & Ekenasio both missed 2 in that quarter.

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                  3/4 time: Pulse 33-29

                  Dunn 20/22 (91%)
                  Ekenasio 13/16 (81%)

                  O’Connell 19/26 (73%)
                  McCollin 10/15 (67%)

                  Pulse edged further in front in that qtr, but they’re certainly not blowing Steel away. Metuarau is on at WA now. Let’s see if she can have the same effect as previous games.

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                    Steel’s shooting percentage is exasperating. 15 more attempts and 2 behind.

                    JR
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                      Oh, now O’Connell has gone down badly.

                      Baller
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                        No, looks awful.

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                          Oh no! That’s awful. Jen O’Connell has gone down with a serious injury as she fell in the move that would have given Steel a chance to draw level. ?

                          Baller
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                            Ouch that was the Steels game to win. Unfortunate finish.
                            The Pulse not their usual polished selves.

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                              Pulse win 40-37. But the injury to poor Jen O’Connell has really left an empty anticlimactic feeling over the match. To make matters worse, Steel were a genuine chance at leveling the match, until O’Connell went down in absolute agony and as a result lost possession.

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                                Full time: Pulse 40-37

                                Pulse:
                                Dunn 23/25 (92%)
                                Ekenasio 17/20 (85%)

                                Steel:
                                O’Connell 25/34 (74%)
                                McCollin 12/17 (71%)
                                Pelasio 0/0

                                Assists: Crampton 15
                                Gains: Jury 7

                                MVP: Jury

                                Good game spoiled a little in the end by the awful injury to O’Connell.

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