Sasha Corbin and Lindsay Keable the first to commit to benecosMavericks ahead of new Vitality Netball Superleague season

PUBLISHED: 13:59 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 13:59 30 August 2018

Sasha Corbin and Lindsay Keable are the first two players to commit to benecosMavericks for 2019. Picture: STEVE PORTER

Sasha Corbin and Lindsay Keable are the first two players to commit to benecosMavericks for 2019. Picture: STEVE PORTER

Steve Porter

benecosMavericks have retained the services of two of their most popular and influential players ahead of the 2019 season.

benecosMavericks Sasha Corbin. Picture: STEVE PORTERbenecosMavericks Sasha Corbin. Picture: STEVE PORTER

Captain Sasha Corbin and her number two Lyndsay Keable will stay in the black and purple for another year in the Vitality Netball Superleague.

Corbin, who is heading off on England duty soon, and Keable both insist that the future is bright for the Hatfield-based team.

Speaking on the club’s website, the skipper said: “I am really looking forward to building on from where we left off and seeing what we can create as a team in 2019.”

Keable, who will go into her 10th season as a Mav, agreed adding: “I truly believe this year’s line-up is a league winning combination and I cannot wait to get started.”

benecosMavericks' Lindsay Keable. Picture: Karyn HaddonbenecosMavericks' Lindsay Keable. Picture: Karyn Haddon

Director of netball Kat Ratnapala said: “We’ve been working hard to assemble a team that we believe can take us all the way this year.

“Sasha Corbin is an inspiration to players on and off the court. Her athleticism, skills and energy are second to none and I’m excited to see her once again pull on the purple dress.

“Lindsay Keable lives and breathes benecosMavericks. She has been part of the legacy for nine years and comes with an incredible amount of skill and knowledge of the game.”

The club revealed further squad announcements will be made over the coming weeks along with pre-season friendly news.

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