Scotland's Sirens make netball history but lose 57-43 to Wasps
Scotland's newest professional sports team, the Sirens, lost 57-43 to Wasps as they made history on Tuesday evening in front of a sell-out crowd.
The first Scottish team to join netball's Vitality Superleague were always behind against the visitors from London at Glasgow's Emirates Arena.
Sirens and Wasps are two of three new clubs this season after the league, now with teams from England, Scotland and Wales, was expanded to 10 teams.
A crowd of 4000 - more than attended three of the weekend's Scottish Premiership football matches - watched the match.