The British Fast5 All-Stars Championships returns to the Copper Box Arena in London on Saturday.
With an line, Golden Buzzer Power Plays and more, it isnt any wonder that All-Star Jo Harten cant wait to have on court.
The international shooter, whos returning to some former facet Loughborough Lightning, is one of those All-Star selections for the 2019 championships and is put to light up the court in London.
Back for a third year, this much-loved format includes 12-minute matches and starts using a Double Elimination Round. Every second will be shown live on Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix on Saturday from 1pm.
It will be fun. The crowd appear to get behind this arrangement, they adore the fast pace along with the tenacity of the match, Harten told Sky Sports.
Needless to say with the Power Plays, there is minutes of pressure throughout the short games.
I am looking forward to it. The only piece that I will not be looking forward to will be the lungs – there you to be an alternative plus having to escape for a Centre Pass! Its a bit of pressure, but youve just got to find the work done as economically 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 Saracens Mavericks.
With groups having the choice of drafting in All-Star selections for this championship (Harten being among these ), we take a peek at some of theringers to maintain a close eye on…
Lets talk about the England shot who plays with her heart on her sleeve – be it club game or Test match, Harten gives it her all.
Without touching an netball, having had a pleasant break post Suncorp harten is currently coming from the back of five weeks.
Although she Is little when it concerns the long dinosaurs, about how things may go on Saturday, we are looking forward to the shooter providing Rachel Dunn a run for her money!
Were not about the one-points at Loughborough seemingly! Were only going to your fives…, Harten explained with a smile.
Its exactly what it is, you need to spend the humiliation should you do an air-ball! Im keen for this, I got better , I have better this afternoon, so ideally…
Stacey Francis is back in Blue & Gold for another year as Team Bath pick, along with also the 31-year-old is enjoying return.
Playing Bath, it is really unique. I think that as netball proceeds to be professional, loyalty, enthusiasm and choosing clubs for all those reasons will start to go away in the game, Francis told Sky Sports in the live draw.
Toilet is unquestionably responsible for making me the player that I am and for starting my career.
So the opportunity to go back, and to be welcomed, having abandoned on great terms, is beautiful. Its like moving home. Its really pleasant to go back and also to work with new and old players.
No introduction is needed by jhaniele Fowler! The Jamaica global has won back-to-back MVP awards for West Coast Fever, and the player of the year award shes 56 caps to her name to get the Sunshine Girls.
As one of Saracens Mavericks All-Stars, Fowler will seem to be with Ama Agbeze also trying to assist the runners-up of the past year move one step farther, at the heart of their job.
The afternoon will start with the very first games decided from the draw at Sky Sports earlier this week.
Two teams and successes will advance to the semi-finalsand that and two losses is their Championship campaign that is Fast5 over. It is!
Ahead of the competition along with the Womens Super League showdown between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, Sasha and Kadeen Corbin faced Spurs gamers Jenna Schillaci and Angela Addison in a netball versus football grudge match.
The Fast5 All-Stars Challenge took place at the Blindfolded Box and included a Blindfolded 5-Pointer and the Crossbar Challenge.
The competitive juices flowed, so have a peek at the way our netballing group sealed their victory from the movie below…
The electrical Rachel Dunn and her unbelievable accuracy when it came into sinking the bombs directed to the name last year wasps Netball.
This year head coach Mel Mansfield has selected a squad . Dunn is place to enjoy Jade Clarkes pinpoint supply and their charge will be led by Hannah Knights at the defensive end.
Celtic Dragons: Leila Thomas, Kyra Jones Abby Tyrrell, Amy Clinton, Paige Kindred, Sophie Morgan 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: Takondwa Lwazi, Joyce Mvula, Kathryn Turner Caroline OHanlon, Rebekah Airey Loreen Ngwira, Taylor Cullen, Erin Bell.
Saracens Mavericks:Sasha Corbin, Kadeen Corbin, Georgia Lees, Jo Trip, Beth Ecuyer Dale Steph Collard, Chloe Essam, Jhaniele Fowler.
Severn Stars: Alyssa-Jean Savelio, Tuaine Keenan, Ella Powell-Davies Liana Leota, Lucy Harris, Bethan Dyke, Paige Reed Leana de Bruin.
Surrey Storm: Mikki Austin, Niamh Cooper, Yasmin Hodge England, Katy Hughes, Lorraine Kowalewska, Sophie Hankin, Emily Gulvin Yasmin Parsons.
Team Bath: Kim Commane, Laura Rudland, Betsy Creak, Hannah Passmore, Rachel Shaw, Mia Ritchie, Abigail Robson, Fionnuala Toner, Tash Pavelin, Stacey Francis.
Wasps: Tamsin Moala, Jade Clarke, Beth Dix Amy Flanagan, Katie Harris, Ally Housley, Josie Huckle Hannah Leighton.
Sky Sports is the home of netball and the British Fast5 All-Stars Championships starts at 1pm on Saturday when they see South Africa in November while the Roses go back to actions under new coach Jess Thirlby.