Mavericks and Saracens will part ways at season's end.

At the conclusion of the 2024 season, the Saracens Mavericks netball team will separate from the rugby club of the same name.  

Since their inception as founding members of the Netball Super League in 2005, the Mavericks have been successful in winning two league championships.  

This year marks the beginning of the club's partnership with Saracens. The Mavericks have been acquired by a group that is chaired by Lucy Fray, who formerly served as the chief executive officer of Sarries.  

Beginning in 2025, they will continue to compete in the revived National Soccer League with the name London Mavericks.  

In a statement that was posted on the club's website, the club said, "We have been delighted to support the growth of the Mavericks and have helped to bring it to the highest levels."  

"The announcement today confirming the Mavericks' continued place following a successful tender application, which we actively supported, means we can look forward to continuing to support our players, staff, fans and partners through the next month as the NSL reaches an exciting conclusion."  

"The announcement today confirming the Mavericks' continued place following a successful tender application, which we actively supported, means we can look forward to continuing to support our players, staff, fans and partners through the next month as the NSL reaches an exciting conclusion."  

With only three games left in the season, the Mavericks are currently in seventh place in the Super League hierarchy.  

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