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130,700 women playing netball following Commonwealth Games

130,700 women have started playing netball or playing more netball as a result of the Commonwealth Games On this day six months ago, the England Roses won the Commonwealth Games and wrote their names into the nation’s sporting history. The England Roses, having reached their first major final, stunned home favourites Australia to claim gold

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Thunder sign Joyce Mvula for 2019 Superleague season

Manchester Thunder have secured Malawi shooter Joyce Mvula for the 2019 Superleague season. Joyce Mvula has committed to the Black and Yellows for a third season. The 24-year-old will be Thunder’s import player for the campaign, after impressing in her first two seasons. Mvula, who won two awards at the Thunder 2018 Awards ceremony, including

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Vitality Netball Superleague Super 10 returns

Tickets are now available for the highly anticipated Super 10 as all 10 teams will take to the court for the opening weekend of the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague season. There’ll be excitement both on and off the court with fans encouraged to come in fancy dress as their favourite female icons for the event

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Emma Dovey to lead Thunder for the third season

Experienced Manchester Thunder defender Emma Dovey has signed up to play for the Black and Yellows in 2019. Dovey, 27, will lead Thunder in her third season as captain. The Lancashire-born player’s form in recent Superleague seasons has earned her a call-up to the England Roses Fast5 World Series squad, with the tournament taking place

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Never a better time to show your Blue and Gold

Team Bath Netball’s top coaching duo – Jess Thirlby and Anna Stembridge – say there is “never a better time” for fans to show their Blue & Gold as tickets go on sale today for the new Vitality Netball Superleague. With the return of world star and England Commonwealth Games gold medallist Serena Guthrie to

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Manchester Thunder sign England defender Rebekah Airey

Manchester Thunder have signed young England defender Rebekah Airey from Loughborough Lightning. The versatile 22-year-old, who can play at goal keeper, goal defence and wing defence, joins the Black and Yellows as the club aims to bolster their defensive unit. Airey, who is part of the England Roses Futures programme, joins Thunder following a spell

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