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Saturday Sports Watch: Super Netball, AFL, NRL, A-League – As It Happened to Sports







Summary





AFL: Sydney 12.7 (79) Loses GWS 18.12 (120)





A-League: Western Sydney 0-1 Melbourne Victory









Super Rugby: Waratahs 10-23 Sharks





NRL: Broncos 29-6 Cronulla









A-League – Half-Time: Western Sydney 0-1 Melbourne Victory

























Super Netball: Collingwood 57-43 Sunshine Coast





League A: Newcastle Jets 2-0 Sydney FC





NRL: Wests Tigers 30-14 Titans





AFL: St Kilda 10.8 (68) loses Adelaide 15.7 (97)





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Super Netball: Vixens 73-61 Firebirds





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AFL: Gold Coast 9.8 (62) loses Brisbane 16.15 (111)









Preamble

It's the Super Netball launch round – and Netball Australia's manager Marne Fechner in the third season, in words, you will have more competitions, more physicality, dare to say it, the more devastating impact. As many have pointed out, as long as those with whistles will adjust accordingly, we could be a hard fight, high octane Netty.

There are four games from the 6th round of AFL, with Q2 Clash and Sydney derby with excellent battles, while NRL Broncos will desperately want to go home 1-6 against sharks, and titans and tigers will be hunting for eight.

It is the last regular round of the A-League, but it looks like it's just a pride on the line in today's two bodies, while Super Rugby Waratah will gladly keep the heat of the conference leaders as they take sharks.

But we're starting with Super Netball, where our opening game in the 2019 season is Vixen, who takes on Firebirds.

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