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MATCH REPORT | Saracens Mavericks 56-58 Severn Stars (NSL Rd 7)

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Saracens Mavericks came up just short against Severn Stars in a full-blooded contest at HSV.

After two big away wins, this was a test of just how far Camilla Buchanan’s side have come in recent weeks.

The Head Coach named an unchanged starting seven for the match and they started well, with Ine-Mari Venter adding some early goals and proving herself to be a physical presence in the shooting circle.

It took until the seventh minute for an error from either side, as a Stars miss was capitalised upon by Mavericks, to take themselves out to a three-goal lead.

Stars aren’t in the top four without any reason though and Jo Trip’s side responded well to not only level up the match but take a two-goal lead heading into the break.

The advantage grew at the start of the second quarter, but Mavs showed just how far they’ve come in recent weeks to display character and poise to pull the scoreline back.

Georgia Lees continued to impress at Wing Attack, with Indya Masser controlling things nicely in the centre of the court, with Mavs edging into a one-goal lead.

Things were hotting up out on court, with neither side prepared to take a backwards step.

Razia Quashie and Jodie Gibson continued to marshal the Stars attack well in the defensive circle, but the visitors did enough to edge into a narrow lead at half-time.

Things continued in a narrow and nervy fashion in the third quarter, with both sides continuing to impress with working the ball to goal.

Emma Thacker was growing into the game now and she added several trademark long-range shots to narrow the gap.

However, an error in transition from Mavericks was seized upon by Stars, as they capitalised with a three-goal run to take themselves into the biggest lead of the match going into the final quarter.

Mavs needed to come out firing, as they looked for a way back in. Both Quashie and Gibson were doing well to disrupt and slow the Stars attack, but it was proving difficult to turn over any ball against a side that have become well-known for their composure on court.

With seven minutes to go, the match looked to have passed Mavericks by, as the visitors racked up a seven-goal lead, but Mavs kept believing with Gibson forcing a crucial turnover.

With Kira Rothwell now on court and bringing a renewed zip and spark to proceedings, Mavs continued to stick in the fight, securing a crucial turnover to narrow the gap.

Another soon followed as the deficit reduced to just two, but Camilla Buchanan’s side agonisingly ran out of time, as their comeback was ended by the full-time buzzer.

Even in defeat, this was another impressive showing from a Mavs side that are on an upward trajectory. With The Headliner at Wembley next week, they will need to rouse themselves again for the big occasion against Manchester Thunder.


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MATCH REACTION | Camilla Buchanan (NSL Rd 9)

Head Coach Camilla Buchanan’s overwhelming feeling was pride, after her side nearly upset local rivals London Pulse at the Copperbox Arena. In an end-to-end match, it came down to the final seconds, with the hosts just doing enough to secure the win. Despite the result, Buchanan credited the battling spirit her side showed throughout. “It’s […]

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