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21st May 2022 | KO 15:00 | Allam Sports Centre | Vitality Netball Superleague

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WAKEFIELD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 15: X during the Vitality Netball Superleague match between Leeds Rhinos and Saracens Mavericks at Studio 001 on February 15, 2021 in Wakefield, England. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images for Vitality Netball Superleague)

Leeds Rhinos Netball’s final home game of the regular Vitality Netball Superleague season will take place at Allam Sport Centre at the University of Hull on Saturday 21st May, centre pass 3pm.

Tickets for the match are available now starting at £15 for adults and £10 for Juniors for unreserved seating.  There is also a group booking discount of 15% available for anyone who buys 10 or more tickets and this will automatically be added in the basket when buying online.

Tickets can be bought either online via tickets.rhinosnetball.co.uk or over the phone on 0371 423 1315 (Monday to Friday, 10:30am to 3:30pm excluding Bank Holidays).

Tickets will be sent via email as a PDF ticket attached to the confirmation. PDF tickets can be used either on a smartphone or printed on A4 paper, these will then be scanned at the venue entrance to allow access. Fans who do not have access to a smartphone or printer must email [email protected] to organise an alternative arrangement.

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Leeds Rhinos took to court in one of their three home venues for their final home game of the season. They took on Saracens Mavericks in round 19 of the vitality netball super league, Rhinos netball were determined to get one final home win in front of another incredible home crowd.

Clarke took the first centre pass of the game for Leeds Rhinos and Burger popped it through 1-0. Hall went high into Burger 2-1. Footwork was called against Rhinos but with the tight defensive pressure that was applied Mavericks were forced offside. Rhinos were patient and Grierson found Burger 3-2. Oyesola tipped the ball twice but on both occasions, it fell off the backline. Essam added to Mavericks tally to level it up 3-3. Keenan tipped the ball and an attacking contact was made against Mavericks.Burger kept possession of the ball 5-3. Rhinos went high over K.Corbin to reach Burger 6-3. Venter put another through the net to settle her side. Burger however held strong in the circle 7-4. Rhinos displayed excelled vision into the circle, 8-5. Hall moved well but an attacking contact came from Burger. Mavericks transitioned 8-7.

Mavericks had to reset on the line to Gibson and the tight defensive work from Oyesola and Keenan saw them pick up the rebound from a missed shot. Grierson popped it to Burger who puts it through the net to extend their lead 9-7. Rhinos found Burger at ease 10-7. Burger remained strong within the circle for Rhinos 11-8. K.Corbin took the front position of Burger and earned Mavericks the ball, they converted 11-10. Rhinos applied pressure and caused a held ball early allowing Burger to add one more 12-10. Mavericks picked up the ball but within seconds the ball was back in Grierson’s hands 13-10. Magee earned her side the ball allowing Burger again to pop one through the net 14-10. Speed was on display from Hall but Gibson and K.Corbin combined well to earn their side possession.

They converted from a Rhinos centre pass then they faced extreme defensive pressure from the Rhinos which caused a missed shot 14-13. Burger held off K.Corbin 15-13. Hall went long and high into Burger 16-13. Quick hands were on display from Hall and Clarke brought the ball to circle edge where they reached Burger 17-14. Mavericks got a chance to take one final goal with two seconds remaining but tight defensive work from Rhinos denied them of a goal 17-14.

Rhinos got the second quarter underway and Burger continued with her successes 18-14. Hall stayed strong under the pressure of Marshall, 19-15. Rhinos picked up the ball from a missed shot, they converted from a Mavericks centre pass and then their own to the crowds delight 21-15. Rhinos replayed the ball allowing Mavericks to transition down the court 21-17. Mavericks were forced to reset to the line but Venter put it through 21-18. Rhinos were forced off the sideline but Mavericks put the ball over a third, Burger calmed her side 22-18. Rhinos went quick with the ball but Grierson was on the floor meaning the options upfront were limited. Mavericks picked up the ball and converted and then took their own centre pass 22-21. Grierson combined well with Clarke 23-21. Mavericks put too much on it for Venter which allowed Hall to go high into Burger 24-21. Gibson picked up a caution for Mavericks and Rhinos added another to their tally 25-21.

Rhinos then forced Mavericks off the sideline, 26-21. Hall found Burger allowing her to get three in a row to extend their lead out to six 27-21. An attacking obstruction want against Mavericks and Rhinos quickly transitioned to circle edge 28-21. Clarke combined well with all those in attack and Burger popped another one in 30-22. Rhinos picked up a rebounded ball but Mavericks regained possession on their transition down the court 30-23. Keenan picked up a ball and Burger got around the arms of K.Corbin 32-23. Keenan and Oyesola worked together on the rebound to gain possession, Hall placed the ball perfectly into Burger 33-23. Burger did well to get a hold of the ball in between the tight defence from Mavericks 34-24. Oyesola tipped the ball but it remained in Maverick hands 34-25. Mavericks again are denied a final goal of the quarter 34-27.

The second half got underway with a Mavericks centre pass which they quickly took to goal 34-28. Hall did well to keep control on the circle edge 35-28. Hall again kept control of the ball on the circle edge 35-28. Clarke and Hall combined well to allow Rhinos to keep the scoreboard ticking 36-30. Gibson went out on the fly from the centre pass earning the ball but Keenan got the front position early to regain possession for the home side 37-30. Too much was on it this time into Burger but Keenan helped Marshall up before forcing Mavericks to miss their shot. Clarke was patient with the ball, Burger added another 38-32. Quick hands from Clarke allowed Grierson an attempt at goal and after picking up their own rebound it fell through 39-34. Burger moved onto the end of the ball 40-34.

Rhinos regained possession and Burger was found home alone 41-34. Mavericks were forced upon a held ball, Rhinos converted and then added from their own centre pass 43-34. Clarke moved well and got herself in front of the ball reading play well, Rhinos lost possession further down the court. Mavericks took ball from a Rhino centre pass and the gap was back to six 44-38. Rhinos quickly found Burger within the circle and later the defensive efforts were rewarded for Rhinos as the ball went off the backline for Mavericks. Mavericks quickly regained possession further down court but again the ball went off the backline. Rhinos combined well on circle edge and Burger added one more 47-38. Grierson put her hands up to disrupt Mavericks transition but they regained and Venter added to their tally 47-40. Rhinos took their centre pass with 25 seconds remaining, Hall went long into Burger 48-41 forcing Mavericks into taking their centre pass which did find Venter in time to add one more 48-42.

Clarke got the final quarter underway which Burger took straight to goal 49-42. Clarke tipped the ball before moving on to it to earn herself and her home side possession to bring their lead to eight 50-42. Hall came out on the centre pass quickly and combined well with Burger who added one more 51-44. Clarke faked it to Grierson but seconds later Mavericks picked up ball and after converting their own centre pass the gap was to four 51-47. Burger was found under the post home alone and the crowd loved it 52-47. Rhinos put the ball over a third which allowed Mavericks to convert from a Rhinos centre pass alongside taking their own to goal 52-50.

Burger did well to keep the ball in court, Clarke came out with possession of the ball 53-50. Hall found Burger with ease 54-51. Mavericks missed a shot and Oyesola picked up the loose ball. Rhinos patiently built and found Burger under the post 55-51. Burger held off Gibson to put another one in 56-51. Clarke was patient with the ball and eventually found Burger as the circle opened up. The ball was played in and out eventually ending with Burger popping through another goal taking their lead out to five 57-52.

Rhinos transitioned at speed from their centre pass 58-53. Oyesola earned herself the ball and assisted the transition down into Burger, but the goal did not stand. Mavericks took the ball down court 58-54. Burger remained calm and collected under the post 59-54. Clarke reset at the line to open the circle she later found Burger 60-55. Mavericks shortened the gap to just two with just under a minute remaining 60-58. Grierson took the shot but Burger got the rebound 61-58. Mavericks replayed the ball allowing Rhinos one more goal before the end of the game 62-58.

Leeds Rhinos were delighted to take the three points from their round nineteen fixture against a strong Saracens Mavericks outfit. Rhinos’ netball have one remaining fixture of the 22 season where they will face London Pulse away at the Copper box arena.

Leeds Rhinos:

GS: Sigi Burger

GA: Brie Grierson

WA: Amelia Hall

C: Jade Clarke

WD: Michelle Magee

GD: Vicki Oyesola

GK: Tuaine Keenan

Res: Amy Clinton, Sienna Rushton, Lydia Walker, Paige Kindred, Amelia Veevers

Saracens Mavericks

GS: Ine-Mari Venter

GA: Chloe Essam

WA: Sasha Corbin

C: Ecuyer-Dale

WD: Gabby Marshall

GD: Jodie Gibson

GK: Kadeen Corbin

Res: Britney Clarke, Georgia Lees, Zaranyika, Bea Skingsley, Odiri Artiene