Tayla Honey (Vixens), Rudi Ellis (Firebirds), Kelly Altman (Collingwood), Binnian Hunt (Lightning), Sunday Aryang (Fever)


Roselee Jencke- 150th Games As coach (Firebirds)  Geva Mentor 50th Suncorp Super Netball game.

Talking Points

-  The condensed fixture sees lots of players being rested, with Round 3 taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday lots of superstars didn’t play as much court time as usual due to the short turn around, including the likes of Caitlin Basset and Kelsey Browne.

-  The Firebirds V Vixens Clash was a record breaker on both sides the Vixens have scored their highest score in their history in the Suncorp Super Netball competition and It’s not the record the Firebirds wanted to break, but they equalled their lowest score in their history in the SSN competition.

- Steph Wood was ruled out after being named in the starting 7, due to a knee complaint but in true Steph Wood fashion, she returned the before the half time break and led the lightning to Victory.

Players Who Surprised

Georgie Horjus (Thunderbirds)- Horjus stared in the Thunderbirds first win for 2020, not afraid to take the long shot, and scored the sealer. She also has created a incredible combination with Potgieter

Tayla Honey (Vixens) - on debut, when you learn from such superstars in Watson and Moloney, some of that star power has rubbed off. Her feeds into the circle to reach the shooters was amazing.

Nyah Allen (Collingwood) - She came on in the last quarter and just shined, she wasn’t afraid of going toe to toe with the big guns. Her feeds into Nelson were awesome and she wasn’t afraid to go for the super shot either.