Wasps Netball VNSL Season Guide

Wasps v Saracens Mavericks – Monday 11 February, Centre Pass 7pm

Mel Mansfield takes charge of her first home game at Ricoh Arena against title challengers Saracens Mavericks, as the historic rugby rivalry between Wasps and Saracens spreads to the netball court.

Wasps v Strathclyde Sirens – Saturday 2 March, Centre Pass 7pm

The new-look Strathclyde Sirens will take on Wasps in a battle of the nations.

With Rachel Dunn set to feature for Wasps and Cat Tuivati in contention to represent Scotland’s only Superleague franchise, fans should be in for a world-class shooting display.

Wasps v Manchester Thunder – Wednesday 6 March, Centre Pass 7.30pm

A clash with historic pedigree. Two-time reigning Superleague champions Wasps go up against Thunder who have been semi-finalists in the last three seasons.

Wasps v Severn Stars – Sunday 10 March, Centre Pass 4pm

It’s a local West Midlands rivalry on Sunday 10 March as Severn Stars arrive at Ricoh Arena. Bragging rights will be up for grabs.

Wasps v London Pulse – Sunday 31 March, Centre Pass 4pm

The newest addition to the Vitality Netball Superleague meet Wasps at Ricoh Arena. Pulse are looking to emulate the success Wasps had when joining the league and have England captain Ama Agbeze in their squad.

Wasps v Bath – Saturday 6 April, Centre Pass 6pm

Two of England’s most decorated netballers go head-to-head as Wasps Netball take on Team Bath.

The fixture will see Jade Clarke and Serena Guthrie battle in the mid-court. Add Fran Williams and Rachel Dunn in Black and Gold and Eboni Usoro-Brown for the visitors into the mix – and nearly half of England’s Quad Series squad will be in action on the night.

Wasps v Surrey Storm – Saturday 20 April

Wasps took all three points home from Surrey Sports Park earlier this season – but Mikki Austin’s Storm side will be targeting a reverse result on Easter Weekend.

Storm and Wasps will always be linked, with a number of Black and Gold stars joining the club from Storm back in 2016.

Wasps v Celtic Dragons – Sunday 21 April

It’s an Easter Sunday treat for netball fans as Wasps Netball take on Celtic Dragons – in what will be the final home fixture of the Superleague season.

The game could be crucial in securing a top four spot for the Black and Golds.

Remember, you can save on match tickets by purchasing a Season Membership, which secures your seat for every Wasps Netball home game at Ricoh Arena during the 2019 season.

Season Memberships cover 11 games of netball with Adult Memberships starting from £105, Junior (10-17) from £60 and under 10s from £30.

Book your seats by visiting our online ticket office or call 02476 786411.

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