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Netball - 19. February 2011.

Fiat Netball Superleague-Surrey Storm over Glasgow Wildcats

Glasgow Wildcats put up great fight against Surrey Storm in Round 6 of
the FIAT Netball Superleague but  where beaten by 36 goals in the end
at the Glasgow Club a Bellahouston.

Ignore the final score this was a competitive match, there were  with
plenty of  exciting and physical individual battles on the court but
Surrey Storm were a bit fitter, a  bit stronger, a bit faster and this
all combined to make them a bit better than the home side.

Rachel Dunn had another good match, her team-mates keeping her busy
with plenty of quality possession, giving her a raft of scoring
opportunties.  there was no sign of any fatigue for the travelling
side, who hit the road in the horribly early hours of Saturday morning
for their day trip to Scotland.

Surrey captain Tamsin Greenway earned special praise from her coach
and makes her Facebook status update “operating on 4 hours sleep” all
the more impressive; being something of a night owl myself - I prefer
to be going to bed at 2am, not getting up.

It was an impressive performance at the other end too for Glasgow GA
Lynsey Gallagher, the Wildcats can take some confidence from the fact
they have a talent coming through in the circle.

Storm assistant coach Mel Mansfield said “ We played really well,
REALLY well - maybe we should play with that little sleep more often!

“I was able to play 11 of the 12 and Tamsin was outstanding, but all
credit to the whole team, they fought for the whole hour.  Wildcats
made sure we had to concentrate for the full hour.”

Glasgow Wildcats head coach Denise Holland said “I thought was  a bit
of an untidy game from both sides and the score really did not reflect
the match.  But we will move on positively to the next game.”

Lisa O’Sullivan
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