Karen Greig pleased to see full squad on court ahead of Team Northumbria tie

Manchester Thunder will look to keep their winning start to the season intact when they face Team Northumbria at the Thunderdome.
In contract, the visitors are on the hunt for their first victory of the campaign and face a tough task in breaking that duck against a confident Thunder.
The Black and Yellows bounced back from their under-par performance in the opening game of the season with a storming win over Sirens on Monday night.
Read: Match report – Thunder 60 Sirens 43
It is a tight turnaround for Thunder, who also travel to Loughborugh on Monday, to complete a hat-trick of games in just seven days.

Head coach Karen Greig was pleased with the turnaround in form for the Sirens game and is now focused on more of the same on Friday.

She said: “I was really pleased with the performance that we put out there, especially getting all 12 players on court, and they all made a good account for themselves.
“We rested legs as we went through the game.
“We pulled Liana off, got Kerry off, and Caroline at times, and gave the two Amys a rest, so hopefully we’ve kept them fresh enough that we can go into Friday raring to go against Northumbria. “
Thunder faced Northumbria in a pre-season friendly at the Thunderdome, where they ran out comfortable victors and they will be hoping to repeat that feat in front of the home fans again.
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