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NSW Swift beats Melbourne Vixens in super netball thriller

The NSW Swifts produced an impressive fourth quarter comeback, beating fierce rivals Melbourne Vixens 67-66 in Super Netball to win their second straight game by one goal.

Six days after Helen Howsby’s clutch two-point shot gave the Sunshine Coast Lightning a 64-63 win, the Swifts recovered from nine goals at Sydney’s Ken Rosewall Arena on Saturday night. – McInnis Cup.

After winning two games against the Swifts last season, the Vixens were on the brink of a three-game winning streak, but the home side added pressure and forced four key turnovers to take the lead. So it waned in the final quarter.

Swift manager Bryony said, “I was looking in their eyes like, ‘We have to get something out of here.’ Because it seemed like it,” he said. Akul said.

“I was just going back to playing and seizing each little moment and saying, ‘I can go back to the game and hone this.'”

Swift turned into an unlikely hero as former Vixen Allie Smith grabbed a crucial rebound at a fill-in defender after Mwai Kumwenda’s 2-point attempt missed the mark and allowed her side to cling to possession. 1 goal in the final minute. in the last seconds.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-04-22/super-netball-nsw-swifts-melbourne-vixens/102256404 NSW Swift beats Melbourne Vixens in super netball thriller

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