Team Bath Netball showed tremendous character to turn a six-goal deficit into a 51-47 victory over Strathclyde Sirens tonight as Blue & Gold supporters were treated to another rip-roaring Vitality Superleague clash at the Team Bath Arena. The noisy four-figure crowd saw the Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold struggle to find a way through Sirens’ rock-solid
Ziana Butt started playing netball at school like most girls but having the courage to go for a trial has given her the possibility of a chance of a lifetime – the opportunity to represent England at the World Indoor Netball Championships in South Africa – Ziana is looking for help in pursuing that dream.
Manchester Thunder took the spoils in the hotly anticipated game against second-placed Saracens Mavericks 49-57 Manchester Thunder were slow out of the blocks with the Hertfordshire-based side finding goal shooter George Fisher way to easily and they edge the first quarter 16-15. The second quarter started in the same vein with Mavericks building an early
Team Bath Netball kicked off their run of three home Vitality Superleague games in nine days with a hard-fought victory over Celtic Dragons. The Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold struggled to produce their best netball as they were put under pressure by spirited opposition, who reduced a five-goal half-time deficit to three going into the final
Team Bath Netball go into a busy period of three Vitality Superleague home games in nine days with the momentum of back-to-back victories but seeking more consistency after a mixed performance at London Pulse on Monday. The Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold won each of the first three quarters at the Copper Box Arena as they
Manchester Thunder flew out of the blocks at the Ricoh Arena to become the first team to defeat Wasps this season. Following a lacklustre performance against Team Bath last Friday, Thunder had a point to prove and Wasps were literally left in their wake as the ruthless northerners ripped away the Coventry-based team’s unbeaten run.
England Netball and UK Sport have officially opened the Netball Heritage Archive to the public at Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield, which traces the sports formation back to 1897. The archive, which was launched at a prestigious event on Saturday 2nd March, is part of the Netball Heritage Project, which England Netball embarked on as
As expected, it was a tough night for Manchester Thunder, who were unable to maintain their 100% away record and prevent Team Bath from securing their first home victory of the season. From the first whistle to the last, it was a predictably physical battle between the two sides but it was Team Bath who
It was a steady start to proceedings in Cardiff as Manchester Thunder and Celtic Dragons battled it out to break the other’s centre pass, but in the end it was Thunder who came out firmly on top to bounce back from last week’s defeat. Battled It took Thunder the first ten minutes of the opening
England Netball and the National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) this week celebrated the growth and success of its partnership, which began more than one year ago. The aim of the partnership between the two trusted female organisations is to empower women through physical activity and netball. This has led to a project that looks