Saracens Mavericks can put their full attention on 2024 now after the fixtures for the new Netball Superleague season was announced.

It all gets under way on February 17 with the now traditional opening weekend, where all round one matches are played at the same venue - the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham.

Mavs will play Cardiff Dragons before heading back to their spiritual Hatfield home for round two, Leeds Rhinos the visitors to the Hertfordshire Sports Village.

All bar one of the club's home games will take place at HSV, the one exception being a clash with Manchester Thunder on April 7 at Wembley Arena.

The Mavericks actually finish the year with three home games.

It begins on June 1 with the return against the Dragons before old rivals Surrey Storm head to town on June 9.

The curtain comes down on the season on June 15 against London Pulse.

Claire Nelson, managing director of the NSL, said: “We know that anticipation has been building and we are so excited to now unveil the fixtures for the upcoming 2024 NSL season.

"Building on the incredible success of 2023, we are committed to delivering an even more thrilling season which will no doubt provide unforgettable moments and intense rivalries that will enable us to continue to take the league to new heights.

“Netball is currently enjoying record levels of interest and visibility and we are dedicated to harnessing that momentum to really drive interest in the league and showcase the sport's brilliance on a bigger scale.

"So mark your calendars, buy your tickets, follow all our socials, get behind the players and support your clubs.

"We want fans, new and old, to show up and experience the excitement and thrill of live netball first hand."

The season will end with the top four progressing to the play-off semi-finals on the weekend of June 21-23 with the grand final and third place game on Saturday, June 29.

2024 Netball Superleague fixtures - Saracens Mavericks

February 17 - Cardiff Dragons (Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham)
February 24 - Leeds Rhinos (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
March 2 - Surrey Storm (a)
March 10 - Loughborough Lightning (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
March 15 - Team Bath (a)
March 23 - Strathclyde Sirens (a)
March 29 - Severn Stars (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
April 7 - Manchester Thunder (Wembley Arena)
April 15 - London Pulse (a)
April 19 - Loughborough Lightning (a)
April 27 - Team Bath (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
May 4 - Strathclyde Sirens (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
May 10 - Leeds Rhinos (a)
May 17 - Manchester Thunder (a)
May 24 - Severn Stars (a)
June 1 - Cardiff Dragons (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
June 9 - Surrey Storm (Hertfordshire Sports Village)
June 15 - London Pulse (Hertfordshire Sports Village)