Loughborough Lightning remain top of Netball Superleague
Last Updated: 23/03/17 12:20pm
Loughborough Lightning retained their perfect record at the summit of the Netball Superleague after beating Sirens on Saturday.
Lightning ran out 66-51 winners to cling onto the top spot after a fifth consecutive victory, after having to overturn Sirens' four-goal lead after the first quarter.
Wasps trail Lightning by three points after a 65-44 win against Severn Stars, briefly drawing level on points with Surrey Storm who have a game in-hand.
Celtic Dragons were condemned to a fifth defeat in a row, going down 53-49 to Hertfordshire Mavericks.
On Monday, Surrey Storm can equal Lightning's perfect points tally at the top of the Superleague if they defeat Team Bath. Team Northumbria, without a point in four matches, will play Manchester Thunder on Monday too.
You can follow the next Vitality Superleague clash between Team Northumbria and Manchester Thunder on Sky Sports Mix from 7.30pm on Monday March 20, and don't forget to catch all the action across our Sky Sports platforms. Follow us @SkyNetball
The regular season league home and away matches run from February to June, culminating in semi-finals and a Grand Final to determine the league champion.