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Super Netball Round 14 Tips - Previews & Predictions for all games
- Super Netball Round 14 takes place this weekend
- Round 14 gets underway with NSW Swifts vs Adelaide Thunderbirds on Wednesday
- Previews for all four matches, which are streamed live at bet365
Helen Housby of the Swifts (Getty Images)
The Suncorp Super Netball season reaches Round 14 this week and James Halley previews all of the action.
Round 14 of the Suncorp Super Netball begins with the NSW Swifts taking on the Adelaide Firebirds this Wednesday afternoon at Nissan Arena.
The round will begin on Wednesday the 4th of August and will conclude on Saturday the 7th of August with West Coast taking on the Giants at 2:30pm.
Latest Super Netball Premiership Odds from Sportsbet: West Coast Fever $2.25, NSW Swifts $4.00, Giants Netball $4.00, Sunshine Coast Lightning $5.00, Queensland Firebirds $21.00, Magpies Netball $101.00, Adelaide Thunderbirds $251.00, Melbourne Vixens N/A
NSW Swifts vs Adelaide Thunderbirds (Wednesday @ 3:30pm at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
NSW Swifts face Adelaide Thunderbirds in the first match of round 14 at Nissan Arena. We predict NSW to win and rebound from their round 12 unexpected loss to Collingwood. In round 13 the Thunderbirds defeated the Vixens 59-50, avoiding the wooden spoon. Goal shooter Lenize Potgieter scored 43 goals at 100%, while goal attack Georgie Horjus was influential in the win with 13 goals, 18 feeds and 14 goal assists. In round 12 NSW lost their spot in the top two, losing to Collingwood by seven goals. Wing attack Maddie Proud (23 goal assists, 39 feeds) was the Swifts best and Sophie Garbin (34/35) was lethal in front of goal for NSW.
Melbourne Vixens vs Queensland Firebirds (Wednesday @ 6:30pm at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
The Firebirds should finish their season on a high, easily accounting for the Vixens. On Monday night the Vixens were defeated by the Thunderbirds 59-50. Centre Kate Moloney was the Vixens best with 21 feeds, 9 goal assists and two interceptions. Goal shooter Mwai Kumwenda shot 34 goals from 36 attempts. The Firebirds lost to Collingwood by seven goals last Thursday. Shooter Romelda Aiken shot 27 from 37 attempts and centre Kim Ravaillion was Queensland’s best with 17 goal assists and 33 feeds.
NSW Swifts vs Sunshine Coast Lightning (Saturday @ 12:30pm at USC Stadium)
We expect the Swifts to reclaim their spot in the top two with a win over the Lightning. The Swifts will play two matches in round 14, after not playing in round 13. In round 12 they surprisingly lost to Collingwood 75-68. Maddy Proud was the best in the surprise loss with 23 goal assists and 39 feeds. Paige Hadley stood tall with 17 goal assists and 24 feeds. In round 13 the Lightning jumped up to third place with a one goal victory against the Giants. Peace Proscovia (21 goals from 22 shots) and Cara Koenan (30 goals from 31 shots, 9 goal assists and 11 feeds) combined well in the front third and wing attack Laura Scherian controlled the mid court with 18 goal assists, 28 feeds and 2 intercepts.
West Coast Fever vs Giants Netball (Saturday @ 2:30pm at USC Stadium)
In this top of the table clash, we see the Fever coming out on top. The Fever will be looking to make it five wins in a row against the Giants. West Coast easily defeated the Magpies in round 13, winning 75-55. Goal shooter Jhaniele Fowler was ruthless with 62 goals from 65 attempts, while Verity Charles (26 feeds, 19 goal assists) dominated the midcourt. The Giants lost by a single goal to the Lightning in round 13. Centre Jamie-Lee Price was the Giants best with 23 goal assist and 37 feeds.