Vitality Netball Superleague’s coverage continues at 4pm with three consecutive matches broadcast on Sky Sports YouTube; Firstly, Celtic Dragons faces Strathclyde sirens by Emma Thurston Last update: 21/02/21 2:17 PM Sienna Rushton put a player in the Leeds Rainus Netball match performance, Leeds Rainus Netball put a tough week behind them to score their second Vitality Netball Superleague season win With a score of 50-44 against Surrey Storm. The latest team in the competition, announcing the news of the injury of Donnell Walm, Vy Toner, Twain Kennan and Brittany Coleman during the week, showed their determination to beat Mickey Austin’s team, and the competition was the first of four matches during a day of netball. Wakefield. Saree Storm’s next opponents, the Celtic Dragons, will meet at 4 pm against the Strathclyde Sires, before the Manchester Thunder meet the London Pulse. The last encounter of the day will see Loughborough Lightning vs Saracens Maverick. Built on hard work and teamwork, the unicorn’s score highlights their ability to turn the nail at just the right time. From the start, Vicky Uysola continued where she left off last weekend, and so did match player Sienna Rushton. The former delivered a lot of the ball to her team, while Rushton looked incredibly comfortable in Rinus’s shooting circle. RhinosNetballSL tense first 30 after a big week but built up well in the second half. The circuit attack opens up well and Dickson steps up to her team and attacks the post when needed 👍 Congratulations on “W” for club – Jess (JessThirlby) February 21, 2021 Ria Dickson’s productivity at GA was another major factor in creating the three-goal cushion. However, Storm remained calm and walked away, as Jasmine Parsons set her rhythm on the field, one goal separated the two teams after 12 minutes, and both coaches decided to stick to their starting lineups. The score was another goal-for-goal quarter before Storm intensified the competition, and they took full advantage of Alema Priest’s announcement of her defensive end and turning well, by finding Karen Bailey well. Storm retained the advantage of three goals with seconds remaining, before Rhinos used the final play to smash one of those goals. With the competition date approaching between the 25 and 23 years, both coaches made changes and Mickey Austin decided the time was right for her debut this season, as she donned the mid-bib and transported Parsons to Western Australia while Dan Ryan changed his wings. Rosie Harris came to WD and Amelia Hall in WA and neither team took a step back, but the unicorn was from pressing its foot on the throttle. They took advantage of the third set of 12 minutes to change their deficit and lead 35-32 in the final quarter, and with the wind in their sails a good combination appeared Clark, Hale and Dickson, and they closed the match. Rushton knocked out nicely as Storm ran out of time to try their opponents again. “We went through a difficult week and we had to overcome these adversities,” Rushton said, after winning 50-44. “To come out with that result at the end, we are all in high spirits. We really took off from where we were in the first half and it shows the camaraderie and spirit that we have in the team.” Sky Sports is your home for netball. The Vitality Netball Superleague runs at 4pm with three consecutive matches broadcast on Sky Sports YouTube. .