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Match Report | Celtic Dragons 54-61 Saracens Mavericks

07.02.22
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Saracens Mavericks with a 2 from 2 start to their 2022 campaign.

Day two of the opening weekend and Saracens Mavericks were set on backing up Saturdays performance against a new look Celtic Dragons.

Kat Ratnapala had shuffled her starting pack with Jameela McCarthy & Aliyah Zaranikya earning their starting bibs.

The first quarter was level pegging in the opening minutes. Mavericks started with confident & direct play & Dragons were smart & efficient with theirs. The quarter ended 15-14 to Mavericks.

The second quarter saw Chloe Essam enter at GA for Saracens Mavericks whilst Dragons remained unchanged. The black & reds struggled to find rhythm with drop balls, wayward passing and disconnect that proved to be disruptive.

Dragons fully took advantage, making attacking interceptions and holding tight to their momentum swing with Rowe connecting sweetly with O’Dwyer, Rademan & Jones. The quarter swung to Dragons 28-31.

Quarter 3 was set up to be a tasty affair with everything to play for. Momentum was sitting with Dragons but Saracens Mavericks are a team that can turn up the heat when steaks are high. Beth Ecuyer-Dale entered the game at Centre and immediately bought a calm to the Mavericks side whilst Zaranyika came up with an early intercept for her side which was slotted away by Venter.

Mavericks with the first 3 goals of the quarter & a roar from their South African GS gave the team the lift they needed to push on.

A seven goal win of that quarter took Mavericks back into the lead with the quarter ending 46-42.

Only one change made in the final quarter with Dragons resting Greene Noel for Thomas at GK. Captain Corbin started to link brilliantly with Ecuyer Dale who’s speed, power and presence helped to lead her team into the final push of the quarter.

Gibson & McCarthy had their work cut out for them in the Mavericks defence end with the engine of Rademan never giving up & the execution of Rowe behind her making it very difficult to win ball, however the back four built just enough pressure to take the win and the game finished 61-54 to the black & reds.

Kat Ratnapala said after the game…. “It was great to finish the weekend off 2 from 2, we knew Dragons were going to be tough coming from the back of the Welsh International season. It definitely showed up some areas we are exposed and also some real positives that we’ll push on with for our next round”.

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28.02.24
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27.02.24
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Andy Christie earned the bragging rights at Murrayfield as Scotland came from behind to register their fourth consecutive Calcutta Cup. Christie came off the bench to see out a 30-21 win for the Scots, which has brought them right back in to contention for the tournament. Jamie George captained the side again on an emotional […]

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