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Sunshine Coast Lightning's 2024 fixture is here

Sunshine Coast Lightning is preparing for a slate of blockbuster games in 2024, kicking off with a home game at UniSC Arena against the NSW Swifts.

Lightning will be on a mission for redemption in Round 1, after a devastating one-point loss against the Swifts last time they played at UniSC Arena.

The Sunshine Coast side will make the trek to the West Coast in Round 2, before back-to-back home games against the 2023 Premiers for an ANZAC Day clash and Inclusion Round against the newly formed, Melbourne Mavericks.

The battle of the Queensland Cup returns in 2024, with Lightning hosting the Queensland Firebirds in Round 7 — the focus on retaining the trophy in the cabinet on the Sunshine Coast.

Round 7 also marks First Nations Round 1 of 2, a significant two rounds on the Suncorp Super Netball calendar which recognises First Nations people through a number of game day initiatives, education and dresses designed by First Nations artists.

After two home games, Lightning will make the short flight to New South Wales to play the Swifts, only to return to the Sunshine Coast for the last two regular games at UniSC Arena.

Lightning finish the regular season with three away games, playing the Mavericks in a location that is still to be confirmed, Firebirds and Thunderbirds.

Highlights of Lightning’s 2024 fixture:

  • Round 1 kicks off at home at UniSC Arena
  • Lightning will host Inclusion Round in 2024 against the league’s brand-new team, the Melbourne Mavericks
  • First Nations Round 1 and 2 will be played against the Queensland Firebirds, first home and then away
  • Six of Lightning’s games will be available to watch via Kayo Freebies
  • Lightning will play the Mavericks in a location still to be confirmed in Round 12

The full 2024 Suncorp Super Netball fixture can be found here.

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