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  • Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Friday, Feb 28, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    With the Vitality Netball Superleague starting last weekend, we thought it was a good time to begin this new feature. Each week, we’ll be going over the major netball matches played all over the world in the past seven days, not just including the scores, but also the statistics, tables and schedule of upcoming games. So here is the review of Superleague Round 1, all five games played back to back in Birmingham last Saturday and highlighted by the impressive wins of Thunder, Bath and Mavericks.

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-feb-28-2020/

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    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Friday, Mar 6, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    In Australia last week, all eyes were on the Bushfire Relief charity match, while in New Zealand, the six ANZ Premiership teams were involved in a pre-season hit out in Otaki. Meanwhile, round two of the Vitality Netball Superleague was an exciting one, with many twists and turns, highlighted by the TV match between Surrey Storm and London Pulse on Monday.

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-mar-6-2020/

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    Friday, Mar 13, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    In New Zealand, they’re getting ready this week for the opening round of the new ANZ Premiership season. Meanwhile, we’ve seen three rounds of the Vitality Netball Superleague completed. London Pulse again played in the TV game on Monday, this time against Celtic Dragons. After an even start, Pulse gradually got right on top, and they came away with a huge 31 goal win.

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-mar-13-2020/

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Friday, Mar 20, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    Well, the Coronavirus has had a big effect on netball over the past seven days. Lots of netball all over the world has been postponed or cancelled altogether. In the UK, the fourth round of the Superleague couldn’t be completed. Two games were played before the competition was suspended for the foreseeable future. In New Zealand, the opening round of the new ANZ Premiership season was completed, but the decision has now been made to postpone the rest of the competition for two weeks. Two weeks seems optimistic in the current environment, but let’s hope that’s the case. Otherwise, who knows when the next edition of the NS Scoreboard will be…

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-mar-20-2020/

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Fri Jun 26, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    So anyway, where were we before we were so rudely interrupted…

    Last weekend, we saw the return of the ANZ Premiership. Matches were only of 48 minutes duration and all played in one venue, the Auckland Netball Centre. But wasn’t it great to just have some actual netball back. And the favourites, Pulse really stamped their authority on the competition with a dominant victory over Stars in the rematch of last year’s grand finalists. There just doesn’t seem to be a weak link in this Pulse team. 2019 rookie Maddy Gordon is a year older and wiser now and even in this team of stars, she shone enough to be awarded the match MVP. Then there is new signing Kelly Jury at the back, picking up an incredible 9 gains. It will take a mighty effort to beat the Pulse this year.

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-jun-26-2020/

    Ian HarkinIan Harkin
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    Fri Jul 3, 2020

    By Ian Harkin

    Last weekend, we saw round 3 of the ANZ Premiership. The match everyone was looking forward to was the last game of the round between the defending champions, Pulse, and the young Mystics side which has shown early promise this year. And the game didn’t disappoint. For the first three quarters, there was barely a goal separating the two sides. It was an intense battle, with the pressure created by the strong defence of both teams, forcing errors. Pulse eventually gained the upper hand in the last quarter and ran away with a seven goal win, but that’s perhaps not a true indication of the relative merits of the teams.

    Read more… https://netballscoop.com/ns-scoreboard-jul-3-2020/

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