Posted 19th Jun 2018

All to play for as Vitality Superleague season enters final week with Blue and Gold pursuing semi-final place

The battle for a 2018 Vitality Superleague semi-final place is going right down to the wire for Team Bath Netball as the season enters an exciting final week.

With all teams having just one match left to play, the Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold currently occupy the fourth and final play-off position.

They are three points clear of benecosMavericks – the only other team that can now finish in the top four – and have a narrowly superior goal difference, +80 compared to their rivals’ +69.

Mavericks play their final match of the season on Thursday (June 21), when they make the journey to Glasgow to face UWS Sirens (5.30pm).

Team Bath are in action on Saturday (5pm) as they travel to Manchester Thunder, who are guaranteed a semi-final place but will be looking to get the win they need to have any chance of pipping Loughborough Lightning to second place and a home semi-final.

Here’s how the table stands going into the final round of fixtures…

TeamPlayedWonLostGoals forGoals againstDifferenceGoal averagePoints
Wasps Netball181621123821+3021.3748
Loughborough Lightning181531054852+2021.2445
Manchester Thunder181531056887+1691.1945
Team Bath Netball18117922849+731.0933
benecosMavericks18108979912+671.0730
Severn Stars18810904883+211.0224
Surrey Storm185139041004-1000.9015
UWS Sirens18513815962-1470.8512
Team Northumbria183158171022-2050.809
Celtic Dragons182167681150-3820.676

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