2023 SSN ROUND 1

2023 SSN ROUND 12023-03-17T09:56:17+10:00
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  • Guyza
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      Dwan, Sterling & Williams were brilliant.

      Funny how the super shot seems to mess with shooter’s heads – Cardwell was 3/8 there with shots she’d usually make pretty easily.

      JR
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        Hope Obst starts with that line up next week. Dwan deserves the start, so do Williams and Garrett …..and Cardwell better at GS.

        Exciting…

        Avatar photoIan Harkin
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          Full time: Thunderbirds 59-44

          A comprehensive win in the end. By game’s end, Tbirds were like a well-oiled machine. The last Q was one way traffic, 19-7. Sterling was outstanding, but Dwan, Williams & Wilson also great. Not good signs for the Firebirds.

          Maryann
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            Was the last quarter blow out due to super shots or was it a consistent shooting effort throughout the quarter?

            JR
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              The score Flow on MC Championship data says one supershot in the last quarter by Wallam.

              Great interview with Glasgow.

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              Avatar photoIan Harkin
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                Tbirds just completely dominated the last Q and Firebirds fell right away.

                No super shots at all. In fact, they looked a much better team when they stopped looking for them. Cardwell only really looked comfortable in the 2nd half, particularly the last Q. Before that, she was struggling. How Tbirds played in the last Q is how they would like to play all year.

                Avatar photoIan Harkin
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                  To show how dominant Lightning was against Giants today, they had 77 attempts to 51!

                  netballgirl
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                    Great win by the tbirds.
                    Do you think obst purposely played Nakerville and Austin in the first quarter to give them confidence moving forward? Otherwise I don’t think they would’ve made an appearance in the game.

                    Firebirds, could’ve won that game, though lost it due to coaches error, why did they take Dunkley off? Wallam should’ve come off too, she missed too many shots and tried to go for glory in the wrong times. Time outs should’ve been called to stop momentum, but we’re called when it was too late.

                    Shooter Tamara
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                      I have a feeling it may be a long season for Giants, to be honest they were ordinary, yes missing Harten and Hay, but not so sure about the defensive end either, that WA position is gonna become a real problem, I reckon Brandley took more CPR than Dwyer and Sligar combined,
                      I get that they’re a club who develop players but surely you either want to win this thing or not

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                          schmeetle
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                            For those interested in the SSN concussion game protocol ( @Tully I noticed you raised this question earlier in this game thread ), there is an article in The Australian. Given I can’t seem to post links and the article is probably behind a paywall, I’ll post a summary and a few quotes
                            here.

                            https://www.theaustralian.com.au/sport/netball/netball-australia-has-the-toughest-concussion-rules-in-australian-sport-and-its-vital-for-women/news-story/a2b22100fac909a3735311eaba66a58b

                            “In a week in which concussion has dominated national sporting headlines, particularly across the men’s football codes, it’s important to remember that women can often suffer concussion more easily and take longer to recover from head knocks.”

                            “NA wrote to Super Netball clubs this week to provide context around the injury time-out in the Fever-Vixens game, saying the umpires, players and both clubs’ medical staff acted in accordance with rules of the game and NA’s guidelines for management of Sports Related Concussion.”

                            “All Super Netball teams, players, umpires and medical staff were briefed on NA’s Sport Related Concussion guidelines before the season start.”

                            “While it was the umpire that called the stoppage in this instance, it can also be done by a player – as it can for the presence of blood, or any other injury or illness.

                            The match day doctor can also independently call time for any head impact or possible concussion, through the reserve umpire, and remove any player from the court for assessment and management of concussion.

                            If a player is assessed under the Sport Related Concussion guidelines, they can only return to play once cleared by the match day doctor.”

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