Surrey Storm return to Vitality Netball Superleague action after the mid-season break as they travel to the Belle Vue Sports Village on Saturday to take on Manchester Thunder.
Storm will be looking to complete back-to-back wins either side of the Commonwealth Games break, after a 64-47 win over Team Northumbria last time out.
South Africa’s Gold Coast star Sigi Burger has returned to the UK after finishing with a 94.7% shooting rate down under and will be in contention to start. Centre Mikki Austin is also back in training, after missing all of the Superleague season so far with a knee-injury that was suffered in pre-season.
Thunder have made a strong start to the Superleague season, picking up five wins and have just one defeat all season, which saw a second-half comeback from benecosMavericks to take the win in March.
Thunder have Commonwealth Games pedigree of their own with shooter Joyce Mvula being part of the Malawi side who recorded a famous victory over New Zealand on the Gold Coast. Former Storm player Sophie Morgan is also set to turn out for the former Superleague champions.
Make sure you head to twitter.com/surreystorm on Saturday for live updates of Storm’s trip to Manchester Thunder (5pm centre-pass).
Watch Storm in action this season
If you’re looking to get involved in the netball action this season, we have limited availability for a number of home games at Surrey Sports Park! Click here for ticket information on all Surrey Storm home fixtures in Guildford.
You can watch the likes of Mikki Austin and 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!