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Preview: Storm look for back-to-back wins

Preview: Storm look for back-to-back wins

Surrey Storm will be looking to complete back-to-back home wins as Team Northumbria visit Surrey Sports Park tomorrow (Sat 9 June).

Surrey Storm will be looking to complete back-to-back home wins as Team Northumbria visit Surrey Sports Park tomorrow (Sat 9 June).

Storm will look to move level on points with sixth-placed Severn Stars, building on their impressive performance against UWS Sirens last weekend.

The opposition:

While Team Northumbria may have struggled this season, they did record their third win of the season last time out.

Malawi international Loreen Ngwira helped inspire the Newcastle-based side to a 58-47 win against Celtic Dragons.

Last time out:

Storm travelled to Northumbria on Saturday 17th March, recording a comfortable 64-47 win.

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The win was Storm’s first of the season and came after the team made a notable 21 interceptions throughout the game.

Storm’s team excelled in all thirds, completing 41 of 57 centre passes and Rhea Dixon, Charmaine Baard and Sigi Burger impressed in the final third.

Match Programme:

If you managed to get tickets for tomorrow’s match then make sure you grab a match programme!

For just £1 read our exclusive interview with Jo Trip, a spot-the-difference challenge and more!

Tune in:

We will be brining you live updates throughout the entire match day, via our social media channels!

Make sure you follow match updates on Twitter and check out our Instagram story tomorrow!

Want to get in on the netball action this summer?

You can watch  Commonwealth Games star Sigi Burger and England Roses’ Beth Cobden at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday June 23rd as Surrey Storm and Loughborough Lighting compete for the Netball London Live crown!

Tickets for Netball London Live are on sale now at netballlondonlive.com!