Where to watch the Netball Super League semi-finals

Taken during the Netball Super League match between Leeds Rhinos and London Pulse at the Allam Sports Arena, London, England on 22nd March 2024

This Saturday sees our top four teams go to battle in the semi-finals of the Netball Super League (NSL). Find out all the vital information about where to watch and follow the action here.

After a regular season with plenty of surprise results, nail-biting games and inspiring stories, it’s time to look ahead to the crucial match-ups in the semi-finals.

Both games are taking place on Saturday 22 June and will be broadcast on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube.

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All the details on how to watch these unmissable matches can be found here.

Manchester Thunder v Severn Stars – First Centre Pass at 16:00 Saturday 22 June

Our first semi-final sees table toppers Manchester Thunder take on history-makers Severn Stars. Thunder have only lost one game this whole season, to Loughborough Lightning in round six, and will have the support of a passionate home crowd behind them. However, Stars are coming into this game with nothing to lose and everything to gain. It is the Worcester-based side’s first time in the top four, and they plan to leave it all on the court as they fight for the opportunity to play in what would be their first ever NSL Grand Final.

Manchester Thunder Player to Watch: Lois Pearson has certainly been one to watch all season for Thunder. She has owned the goal attack bib and really made her mark on court. Watch out for her combination with wing attack Nat Metcalf on Saturday as the attacking pair aim to get the Severn Stars defenders’ heads spinning.

Severn Stars Player to Watch: Captain Gabby Marshall has led her Stars team with pride all season and this week she spoke about her belief in her team’s ability to go all the way. As a former Thunder player, she describes heading to play the semi-final at Belle Vue as a “full circle moment”, leaving fans eager to see what she will put out on court on Saturday.

Where can I watch?

Tickets are still available here.

You can watch from home on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube, the first centre pass is at 16:00. Click below to watch:

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

Loughborough Lightning v London Pulse – First Centre Pass at 18:00 Saturday 22 June

Fans at the Sir David Wallace Arena as well as those tuning in at home are in for a treat with this match up if previous games this season are anything to go by. London Pulse, who are in pursuit of their first ever NSL title, have defeated two-time champions Loughborough Lightning twice this season, by margins of just one and two goals. Will Pulse be able to make it three from three? Or will Lightning take revenge on their home court?

Loughborough Lightning Player to Watch: Hannah Joseph is a Lightning stalwart and knows how to win in the big moments. She spoke this week about her belief in Lightning’s ability to reverse the regular season results against Pulse and is sure to be a vocal presence on court on Saturday to keep Loughborough’s dream of defending their NSL title alive.

London Pulse Player to Watch: Captain Zara Everitt has made a real impact for Pulse this season, truly leading from the front. Following Pulse’s Grand Final defeat to Loughborough last year, Zara has spoken about how she is determined to learn and implement lessons from this loss and keep her team on the route to lifting the trophy for the first time with a win on Saturday.

Where can I watch?

Tickets are still available here.

You can watch on Sky Sports Mix and YouTube, the first centre pass is at 18:00. Click below to watch.

International viewers can watch on NetballPass here.

You can keep up to date with all the action with updates at half time and full time on the @NetballSL Twitter account. You can also see all the results from round three as they come in on our fixtures & results page.

To keep up with the latest news, make sure to follow the @NetballSL on Twitter, Instagram and TikTok, Netball Super League on Facebook and LinkedIn, and subscribe to our newsletter.

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