West Coast Fever is pleased to provide the following game day information for this weekend's clash against the Sunshine Coast Lightning. The Club thanks its Match Day Partner, Rio Tinto.
Date: Saturday, July 7, 2018
Venue: HBF Stadium, Mt Claremont
Broadcast: 9Gem (Perth Only), TelstraTV
Hashtags: #FEVvLIG #GotGrit
Last Time We Met: Round 3, 2018 - West Coast Fever 56 def Sunshine Coast Lightning 55
Tickets: Less than 100 tickets remain!
5.45pm | Doors Open
5.45pm | Fever Alley Opens
6.40pm | Welcome to Country
6.50pm | Welcome Fever onto Court
7.18pm | First Centre Pass
8.55pm | 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
The Club also urges Members and fans to enter the stadium early to enjoy the entertainment on the court, headlined by a special Welcome to Country by Dr Richard Walley OAM and a special performance by the Sunrise Dancers at 6.40pm.
West Coast Fever return home brimming with confidence for the Round 10 clash against Sunshine Coast Lightning after securing a stunning victory over the Magpies in Melbourne on Saturday night.
The 70-57 win was the Fever’s first victory in Melbourne since 2010, highlighting the growth and maturity of the playing group over the past 18 months.
While the landmark win keeps Fever essentially a game clear on top of the ladder, the Lightning have recovered from a poor start to the year to square their season at four wins, four losses and a draw to sit fifth on the ladder.
Fever were brutal in their dismantling of the Magpies, bursting out of the blocks with a 16-11 first quarter, and putting their foot on the throat of their opponents throughout the match to take a 13-goal lead into the last quarter with captain Courtney Bruce leading the team strongly from defence.
Although last year’s premiers struggled in the early rounds of this season, the Lightning should not be underestimated after getting their season back on track with a hard-fought one goal win over the Firebirds in Round 9 and drawing with the second-placed Giants in Round 8.
Fever last met the Lightning in Round 3 at USC Stadium, coming away with a heart-stopping one goal win.