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The 5 automatic qualifiers named for Netball World Cup

The five teams to qualify automatically for the Netball World Cup 2019 have been confirmed as Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, South Africa and Malawi, following release of the International Netball Federation (INF) world rankings today. Following their historic Commonwealth Games gold medal, England – who qualify for next summer’s tournament as host nation – have

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England win the Tri-Series in style

England produced another dominant performance to win the Vitality IT20 Tri-Series final at Chelmsford. A flat track and rapid outfield was New Zealand’s first to use and they started ominously, reaching 55 inside six overs before Player of the Match Katherine Brunt took two wickets in an over to turn things England’s way. That brought

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England women finish 4th in Marcoussis

England Women Sevens were beaten 7-39 by Ireland in the bronze final at Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix Series in Marcoussis, France to finish fourth overall. Earlier in the day England beat Wales 26-14 in the quarter-final but lost to Russia 14-36 in the semi-final. In the pool stages on day one, England beat

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Netball World Cup 2019 partners with Cancer Research UK

Netball World Cup 2019 has today announced that Cancer Research UK will be the official charity partner for the event, which takes place from 12-21 July at Liverpool’s Echo Arena. As official charity partner, Cancer Research UK will work in partnership with Netball World Cup 2019 to create fundraising opportunities throughout the event build-up and

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Amy Williams calls on public to get behind Team Bath #20For20 summer fitness campaign

Olympic gold-medallist Amy Williams has thrown her support behind a summer fitness campaign launched by Team Bath encouraging people to burn calories and back a charity. The #20For20 challenge is for people to burn an additional 20,000 calories above their normal routine over a 20-week period. To help reach those goals, Team Bath is running

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England win by 7 wickets against New Zealand

A half-century from Sarah Taylor and three wickets from Player of the Match Anya Shrubsole led England to a comfortable seven-wicket win over New Zealand. The game acted as a dress rehearsal for Sunday’s IT20 Vitality Tri-Series final at Chelmsford and Heather Knight’s side prepared perfectly with a clinical all-round performance. New Zealand won the

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England Women’s Sevens squad named for Rugby Europe opener

James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the opening round of the 2018 Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix Series in Marcoussis, France on 29-30 June. The tournament, which will be live streamed on RugbyEurope.tv, is the first of two competitions that make up the European series, culminating in Kazan, Russia in September. Natasha

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