West Coast Fever is pleased to provide the following game day information weekend’s clash against Giants Netball. Members and fans are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy the West Coast Fever game day experience.
Date: Saturday, June 2, 2017
Venue: Perth Arena
Hashtags: #FEVvGIA #GotGrit #MarchTo10k
Last Time We Met: Round 10, 2017 Giants Netball 48 d West Coast Fever 45
Tickets: Help us #MarchTo10k here
6.00pm | External Doors Open
6.00pm | Fever Alley Opens
6.15pm | Internal Doors Open
6.35pm | Smarter than Smoking Association Championships Opening Ceremony Commences
6.55pm | Welcome Fever onto Court
7.18pm | First Centre Pass
8.55pm | Game Ends (Approx)
Entry to Perth Arena is via the main entry doors on the corner of Wellington St and Milligan St. Once inside, please refer to the door number on your Membership Card or ticket to access your seat.
Please note, strictly no bags larger than A4 permitted (including handbags, child and baby bags) at Perth Arena.
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;
- Make sure you're in your seats by 6.30pm so you don't miss the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Smarter than Smoking Association Championships.
- Check out the Be Part of the Team cutout thanks to Alcohol. Think Again.
- Snap a photo at the Nissan photobooth
- Check out the giant inflatable netball and make your own support banner thanks to Alcohol. Think Again.
- Head to the 92.9 area to get a whole range of free giveaways!
- Check out the fun from our friends at Channel 9
- Head to the University of Western Australia stall to take part in the inflatable shooting game!
Fever are back at Perth Arena on Saturday night and will look to continue its
stellar start to the 2018 Suncorp Super Netball season, hosting Giants Netball
in an appetizing top of the table clash in Round 6.
to Perth with a point to prove after suffering their first loss of the season
to Queensland Firebirds by 10 goals in a tough away match at Brisbane
however, come into the match in great form after defeating the Vixens by seven
goals and winning four of their past five matches, with the only loss coming
against state rivals NSW Swifts by one goal.
Jhaniele Fowler remains a force in the shooting circle, leading the competition
with 268 goals, it’s the Fever’s dominance across the court and full team
defense which has allowed the team to start the season on a high.
Bruce and Stacey Francis have continued to build on their excellent start to
the season, with both defenders featuring in the top three for deflections and
top five for intercepts, with Bruce sitting second in the competition with 17 interceptions.
starting seven has remained relevantly consistent in the opening five rounds, coach
Stacey Marinkovich has the luxury of Kaylia Stanton and Annika Lee-Jones ready
for action in the wings, both of whom have performed admirably when called upon