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The Coach's View: Alex Austerberry

18.03.21
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I think the sign of any team that’s worth it’s salt and that has any credibility across the season is how you bounce back from adversity.

I think all the teams across the league have had adversity with the situation of Covid but we had two defeats in a relatively short period of time having not been defeated for a long time so it was a case of how we respond most importantly how do we learn and move forward.

The value of those defeats is how we responded to them and we looked at how we can be better versions of ourselves and implement our game plan and dictate the game the way that we want it to be played.

We’ve probably done a bit more of that in the last few weeks and certainly have been better at controlling our progressions through the thirds, not overplaying, not getting bogged down, not getting in a cheap turnover battle.

The new law variations with the knock-ons you can lose a lot of momentum so it’s understanding the consequence that that has so where are we looking to play, where are we looking to execute and ultimately to make sure we play brighter rugby.

We’ve done that in passages, the start against Sale was very good, there were parts against Bristol that were good but it’s just building towards a complete performance, which is something that as a team and coaching group we’re always striving for.

I think we’ve got a little bit to go to properly hit our straps but the response has been positive and we’ve got a chance to get back on track again with victory over Exeter but they’re probably the in-form side in the Premiership.

I think ultimately it’s a real opportunity to see how much we’ve improved since the back end of January, how much we have learnt and that will give me a better indication of where we’re at and as a group we’ll have a benchmark of where we’re at and what we need to do over the back end of the season.

The real driver for this week is our normal expectations of ourselves as a group but also we’ve got to put in a performance against a good side that is more reflective of where we are at and if that doesn’t get us fired up then we’re in the wrong business.

We’re under no illusion it’s going to be a tough battle and if we feed their energy, if we make those mistakes, if we miss the opportunities to get the momentum swings then you fuel that. Whereas if you can manage the game slightly differently it puts a different mindset on how the other team play the game.

One of the exciting things this weekend is we can keep controlling our own destiny, we can keep ensuring we’re ahead of the pack and in doing so as well if we look after the result we also knock out a contender essentially.

Where you’ve got a chance to put a team who are performing really well out of the picture I think it’s important we understand that as well because there will be an emotional bounce from them and we’ve got the opportunity to really start landing some blows ourselves.

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MATCH REACTION | Camilla Buchanan (NSL Rd 1)

Head Coach Camilla Buchanan was left frustrated, as her side kicked off the 2024 season with a breath-taking draw against Cardiff Dragons. In a nailbiting match, Mavericks weren’t able to convert a half-time lead into a victory and Buchanan admitted that a slow start had played a part in her side not securing the win. […]

18.02.24
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R1 Match Rep

MATCH REPORT | Cardiff Dragons 48-48 Saracens Mavericks (NSL Rd 1)

Saracens Mavericks opened their season with a thrilling draw against Cardiff Dragons at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, as both teams fought hard to the final whistle. The Netball Super League 2024 kicked off today with the Season Opener in Nottingham, and it did not disappoint. After eight teams had already taken to court, it was […]

17.02.24
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Injury Update

Injury Update | Saracens Mavericks

Saracens Mavericks can today provide the following injury update, heading into the Season Opener against Cardiff Dragons. Goal Shooter Ine-Mari Venter is progressing well after a minor procedure in the off-season. She is expected to return to the fold shortly. Goal Keeper Peace Akinyemi has suffered a knee injury, which has ruled her out of […]

17.02.24
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