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BBC 5 Live to provide live commentary during the Vitality Netball International Series

The Vitality Roses are delighted to announce that BBC 5 Live will be broadcasting the Vitality Netball International Series between England and Uganda from 27 November to 2 December. The BBC will provide engaging commentary throughout the highly anticipated three-match series, which will see the Vitality Roses; England’s senior team, play on home soil for

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Source: Netball World Cup 2019 Limited

Jade Clarke named as Netball World Cup 2019 Ambassador

Netball World Cup 2019 (NWC2019) has announced that England Commonwealth gold medallist and longstanding netball star Jade Clarke has been appointed as an ambassador for next year’s tournament. Primarily a midcourt defender, Clarke was a player at the triumphant Gold Coast games where England beat Australia to win gold. Clarke was first selected for the

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Source: England Netball

100,000 women are taking a shot at Back to Netball

A whopping 100,000 women across the country are playing Back to Netball; England Netball’s flagship participation programme, which first launched 10 years ago to encourage people of all ages to play the sport recreationally. England Netball has announced that 30-year-old Alexandra Challis from Bristol, was the 100,000th person to sign up to the programme. To

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Source: England Netball

Vitality Roses net Team of the Year Award

England’s Commonwealth Games gold-medal winning netball squad, the Vitality Roses, have tonight (01.11.18) been crowned the Team of the Year at the 2018 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards. Sporting stars from across the country gathered at the awards ceremony in London to celebrate the achievements of inspirational female athletes and coaches. The Vitality

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Source: Matchtight

Australian attacker Beryl Friday joins Team Bath Netball for 2019

Versatile Australian attacker Beryl Friday says she has fulfilled a long-term ambition after joining Team Bath Netball for the 2019 Vitality Superleague season. The 24-year-old made her first appearance in Blue & Gold during the British Fast5 All-Stars Championships recently, impressing with her composure and energy in attack. Now Friday – a former ANZ champion

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England Netball celebrate award nominations

UK Coaching has announced the shortlist for its annual UK Coaching Awards and named Tracey Neville; Head Coach of the Vitality Roses, and Danielle Lewis-Collins; an England Netball children’s coach, as finalists in the prestigious awards.  Tracey Neville MBE led the Vitality Roses to their historic win at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in April. Following

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