UWS Sirens 44, Severn Stars 66 Severn Stars got their first win of the season in style as they breezed past UWS Sirens. The visitors took the lead towards the end of a closely contested first quarter and went on to dominate their opponents on their way to a comfortable 46-66 victory in the Vitality…
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ABOUT SEVERN STARS
Severn Stars is a newly created Vitality Netball Super League Franchise with its inaugural season commencing in 2017. Owned by the University of Gloucestershire and the University of Worcester, our founders Anita Navin and Mick Donovan are already showing the strengths of partnership working.
As an overall mission, we endeavor to empower women and young people to shoot for the stars, regardless of where they come from or what their aspirations are: To be the best that you can be, whether an international representative or to be a shining light delivering in your community – we will support you!
On Court, we are an exciting club, creating a professional environment and setting the highest standards for being a professional athlete. There will be 3 current England internationals and Stars from Australia and Trinidad joining our ranks , which is testament to the belief and ambitions of the Severn Stars.
Off Court, we want to truly engage with the communities and share the passion and benefits that this Netball franchise can bring to the wellbeing of supporters.
With a raft of netball stars from around the globe both on and off court, Severn Stars is set to make a big impact as our franchise evolves.
Severn Stars’ Head Coach, Sam Bird, has called on her team to play more consistently at the high level they have shown they are capable of. The club is still searching for its first win of the season and is hoping it will come this Friday (March 16) against Scottish outfit UWS Sirens in the…
Wasps Netball 54, Severn Stars 43 Severn Stars suffered a 54-43 defeat at the hands of Midlands rivals Wasps Netball, despite pushing the reigning champions all the way with an encouraging display. A much-improved Stars came out firing in the second half and a stunning third quarter saw them halve the deficit to just five…