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A devastating lost for Northern Ireland in NWC 2019

Australia and New Zealand enjoyed big wins but Northern Ireland suffered another devastating, close loss as the Vitality Netball World Cup moved into its second phase this morning. The top teams from Preliminaries stage one have now been split into two groups of six, from which the top two in each will earn a semi-final

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Zimbabwe and South Africa win thrillers

Australia recorded the tournament’s highest score so far, South Africa toppled Jamaica, and Zimbabwe edged out Northern Ireland in a thrilling contest as session 6 at the Vitality Netball World Cup delivered no shortage of drama. The Diamonds fell one short of the tournament’s first century as they dismantled Sri Lanka 99-24, but the majority

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Roses bounce back from injury setback to record 3rd win

England matched the joint-highest score of the competition so far as they swept Samoa aside to complete their Group D campaign with three wins from three at the Vitality Netball World Cup. The 90-24 victory came after what coach Tracey Neville admitted had been an ‘emotional’ evening after Layla Guscoth was ruled out of the

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England record two wins from two with win over Scotland

England put in another strong performance to record their second win from two games at the Vitality Netball World Cup, as Rachel Dunn’s impressive shooting performance helped them to a 70-34 victory over Scotland. Tracey Neville rang the changes within her Roses squad, making four changes to her starting seven and trying different combinations as

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Australia’s Diamonds impress again

Australia maintained their winning start to the Vitality Netball World Cup this morning, while Northern Ireland’s Caroline O’Hanlon inspired her side to a first tournament win in what was her 100th international appearance. Reigning champions Australia saw off a spirited Zimbabwe team – taking part in their first ever World Cup – 73-37, with Caitlin

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England make winning start in Liverpool

Hosts England ensured a winning start to the Vitality Netball World Cup by overcoming a tough Ugandan side at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool this evening. Tracey Neville’s Roses – looking to claim their first ever World Cup title – were dominant in the first and final quarters of the match against a physical

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Dominant Diamonds begin Vitality Netball World Cup in style

Holders Australia began their Vitality Netball World Cup campaign in scintillating fashion with a convincing 88-24 victory over Northern Ireland during today’s session 1. The world’s top-ranked side – looking for a twelfth world cup crown – put their stamp on the tournament immediately, racing into a lead that they were never in danger of

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MPs from across the globe unite on court

England Netball today (10.07.19) hosted a Parliamentary Netball Day, which saw MPs from Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand test their netball skills on a pop-up court at the Victoria Tower Gardens in London. The event took place just two days before the start of the Vitality Netball World Cup, which runs from 12-21 July

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England Netball pledge to get women in Liverpool active

England Netball is delighted to reveal the launch of its new Liverpool community netball project, ‘Together We Will’, which aims to encourage less active women in Liverpool to get involved in netball and physical activity. Aiming to engage over 1,000 participants, volunteers and coaches, the initiative will focus on four wards within Liverpool; Everton, Anfield,

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