Netball Superleague: benecosMavericks find out their fixtures for the 2019 season

PUBLISHED: 13:47 04 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:07 04 October 2018

Sasha Corbin and the benecosMavericks start the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague on the road. Picture: STEVE PORTER

Sasha Corbin and the benecosMavericks start the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague on the road. Picture: STEVE PORTER

Steve Porter

benecosMavericks have announced details of their home fixtures for the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague season.

Five of the games will take place at their traditional home at the Hertfordshire Sports Village.

But as with last year there will be two games at the University of Essex at Colchester and new for this year is a game at the MK Arena in Milton Keynes.

The Mavs first home match comes in round three when they take on Loughborough Lightning.

That is on Friday, January 25, and they will be back in Hatfield one month later when they host London Pulse on February 25.

Further games at the University of Hertfordshire will see Manchester Thunder, Surrey Storm and Sirens come to town, with the clashes against the Thunder and Storm being preceded by an U19 game and an U23 match respectively.

They start the season away at Manchester on January 5.

Fixtures in full:

Jan 5 Manchester Thunder (a)

Jan 12 Surrey Storm (a)

Jan 25 Loughborough Lightning (h)

Feb 4 Celtic Dragons (a)

Feb 11 Wasps (a)

Feb 16 Team Bath (h) * at University of Essex - Colchester

Feb 25 London Pulse (h)

Mar 4 Severn Stars (a)

Mar 9 Strathclyde Sirens (a)

Mar 16 Manchester Thunder (h)

Mar 23 Surrey Storm (h)

Mar 30 Loughborough Lightning (a)

Apr 6 London Pulse (a)

Apr 15 Wasps (h) * at MK Arena - Milton Keynes

Apr 20 Celtic Dragons (h)

Apr 21 Team Bath (a)

Apr 27 Severn Stars (h) * at University of Essex - Colchester

May 4 Strathclyde Sirens (h)

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