West Coast Fever is pleased to provide the following game day information weekend’s clash against the NSW Swifts. Members and fans are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the West Coast Fever game day experience.
West Coast Fever thanks its match day partner Healthway, promoting the Alcohol. Think Again message.
Date: Sunday, May 20, 2017
Venue: HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont
Broadcast: 9Gem (Perth Only), TelstraTV
Hashtags: #FEVvSWI #GotGrit
Last Time We Met: Round 11, 2017 - NSW Swifts 50 d West Coast Fever 48
Tickets: Limited Tickets Remain
12.00pm | External Doors Open
12.00pm | Fever Alley Opens
12.15pm | Internal Doors Open
12.55pm | Welcome Fever onto Court
1.18pm | First Centre Pass
2.55pm | Game Ends (Approx)
Entry to HBF Stadium is off Underwood Ave. Please refer to the door number on your Membership Card or ticket to access your seat.
Your Membership Card or ticket entitles you to complimentary public transport three hours pre and post match. Please show your Membership Card or ticket at all times.
Members and fans are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the pre match experience, headlined by Fever Alley, our pre match activation zone. There’s plenty to see and do, including;
- Securing your tickets in the Netball WA Community Raffle. For just $2 you could win yourself a brand new Nissan XTrail!
- Test your shooting skills at the Suncorp NetSetGO area
- Visit our friends from Hit929 and pick up plenty of giveaways from the Hit929 Thunders
- Take your photo at the Nissan Photo Booth
- Take your photo with the Alcohol. Think Again team photo booth
- Snap a selfie with the Alcohol. Think Again inflatable ball
- Take part in the University of Western Australia's shooting competition
- Get your temporary tattoos!
West Coast Fever will look to continue their unbeaten start to the 2018 Suncorp Super Netball season when they host the NSW Swifts at HBF Stadium this Sunday.
Fever head into the game fresh from its one goal away victory against 2017 champions Sunshine Coast Lightning, while the Swifts also managed a one goal win in Round 3.
The Swifts will be searching for their third win of the season, both their victories against Giants Netball and Queensland Firebirds have been decided by a single goal, while their loss against the Melbourne Vixens was a two-goal deficit.
Fever come into the game confident with their flexibility in the goal circle, which was on display against Sunshine Coast with Nat Medhurst and Jhaniele Fowler both capable of influencing the score.
While at the other end captain Courtney Bruce and Vice-Captain Stacey Francis continue to make life difficult for their opponents to impact the scoreboard.
Former Fever Training Partner Sophie Garbin returns to Western Australia following her MVP performance for Western Sting in last year’s ANL grand final. Garbin has proved to be an exciting prospect for the Swifts in her appearances in 2018.
One mid-court match up could see 21U Australian World Cup Youth teammates Claire O'Brien and Jess Anstiss do battle on court.