The British Fast5 All-Stars Championships Contributes to the Box Arena in London on Saturday.
With more, Golden Buzzer Power Plays and an lineup, it isnt any wonder that All-Star Jo Harten cannot wait to have on court.
The inspired global shooter, whos returning to some former facet Loughborough Lightning, is among the All-Star picks for its 2019 championships and can be set to light up the court in London.
Back for another season, this format includes 12-minute matches and starts with a Dual Elimination Round. Every moment will be shown live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix from 1pm on Saturday.
It is going to be interesting. The crowd seem to have behind this format, they love the fast pace along with the tenacity of this game, Harten told Sky Sports.
Obviously with all the Power Plays, there is minutes of pressure throughout the brief games.
I am looking ahead. The bit that I will not be looking forward to will be the lungs – there one to become an alternative and needing to escape for a Centre Pass! Its a little bit of anxiety, but youve just got to find the work done as efficiently as possible.
Lightning and harten are drawn against Manchester Thunder in the opening round, while defending champions Wasps Netball will meet Severn Stars.
Team Bath and Celtic Dragons will clash along with the opening match will see Surrey Storm take on Saracens Mavericks.
With teams having the option of producing in All-Star selections for this championship (Harten being one of them), we have a look at a number of theseringers to maintain a close watch on…
Lets talk about the England shot who plays her heart on her sleeve – be it Test fit or club game, Harten gives all to it.
Without even touching a netball, with had a pleasant split post Suncorp harten is currently coming off the back of five months.
Although she Is modest as it comes to the long dinosaurs about how things could go on Saturday, we are looking forward lending Rachel Dunn a run for her money!
We are not about the one-points at Loughborough apparently! We are only going for the fives…, Harten explained with a grin.
It is what it really is, you have to take the embarrassment should you do an air-ball! Im keen for this, I got better last night, I got better this morning, so …
Stacey Francis is back in Gold Blue & for another year as the All-Star pick of Team Bath, and also the 31-year-old is loving being back.
Playing Bath, its really special. I think that as netball continues to be professional, loyalty, enthusiasm and picking clubs for those reasons tends to begin to go away in the match, Francis told Sky Sports in the live draw.
Toilet is unquestionably accountable for making me the player I am and for launching my career.
So the chance to return, and also to be welcomed, using left on great terms, is lovely. It is like moving home. It is really wonderful to return and to work with old and new players.
No introduction is needed by jhaniele Fowler! The Jamaica has won back MVP awards for West Coast Fever, along with the player of the year award, plus she has 56 caps to her name to get the Sunshine Girls.
As one of Saracens Mavericks All-Stars, Fowler will look to be with Ama Agbeze also hoping to assist the runners-up of last year move one step further.
The afternoon will begin with the games this week determined from the live draw at Sky Sports.
Teams and two victories will advance into the semi-finals, two losses which will be their Championship campaign that is Fast5 over. It is all or nothing!
Ahead of the rivalry and the Womens Super League showdown between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester Kadeen, Sasha and United Corbin faced Angela Addison and Spurs players Jenna Schillaci at a netball versus football grudge match.
The Fast5 All-Stars Challenge took place and comprised also the Crossbar Challenge along with a Blindfolded 5-Pointer.
The competitive juices flowed, so take a look at how our netballing group sealed their success in the movie below…
Wasps Netball were directed to the name from the Rachel Dunn and her amazing accuracy in regards into sinking the bombs that were long.
This season, a strong squad has been selected by head coach Mel Mansfield . Dunn is set to delight in the pinpoint distribution of Jade Clarke and Hannah Knights can lead their charge at the defensive end.
Celtic Dragons: Leila Thomas, Kyra Jones, Dee Bolakoro, Abby Tyrrell, Amy Clinton, Paige Kindred, Sophie Morgan, Lucy Herdman, Rebekah Robinson, Latanya Wilson.
Loughborough Lightning: Alice Harvey, Lucy Parize, Ella Clark Hannah Joseph, Suzie Liverseidge, Jamsin Odeogberin, Sam May, Annabel Roddy, Jo Harten.
Manchester Thunder: Joyce Mvula, Kathryn Turner Caroline OHanlon, Rebekah Airey, Emma Dovey, Loreen Ngwira Erin Bell.
Saracens Mavericks:Ama Agbeze, Sasha Corbin, Kadeen Corbin, Georgia Lees, Jo Trip, Beth Ecuyer Dale, Paige McCalla, Steph Collard Jhaniele Fowler.
Severn Stars: Tuaine Keenan, Ella Powell-Davies, Nia Jones, Liana Leota, Lucy Harris Paige Reed Leana de Bruin, Alyssa-Jean Savelio.
Surrey Storm: Karyn Bailey, Mikki Austin, Niamh Cooper Katy Hughes, Lorraine Kowalewska, Sophie Hankin, Emily Gulvin, Alima Priest, Yasmin Parsons.
Team Bath: Laura Rudland, Betsy Creak, Hannah Passmore, Rachel Shaw, Mia Ritchie, Abigail Robson, Fionnuala Toner, Tash Pavelin, Stacey Francis, Kim Commane.
Wasps: Tamsin Moala, Jade Clarke, Beth Dix Amy Flanagan, Katie Harris Josie Huckle Hannah Leighton.
Sky Sports is the home of netball and also the British Fast5 All-Stars Championships begins at 1pm on Saturday while the Roses go back to action under coach Jess Thirlby when they visit South Africa in November.