Loughborough Lightning Netball are pleased to announce Jamaican international Shamera Sterling as one of their overseas stars for the 2018 Vitality Netball Superleague season. Sterling is a rangy circle defender who is a key member of the Jamaican team, notably starring in their 2016 Test against England in the UK. The 21 year old is
Asha Francis, Paige Reed, Abi Robson and Jazz Scott are the latest players confirmed in the Team Bath Netball squad for the 2018 Vitality Superleague season. All of them are graduates of the Blue and Gold’s prolific performance pathway, which has expanded this season to include a network of Academies and Hubs for players right
The fixtures have now been released for the 2018 Vitality Netball Superleague. Round 1 Team Northumbria v Team Bath, 10th Feb, 6pm Loughborough Lightning v UWS Sirens, 10th Feb, 6pm Severn Stars v Manchester Thunder, 10th Feb, 6pm Wasps Netball v Surrey Storm, 10th Feb, 7pm* Celtic Dragons v benecosMavericks, 12th Feb, 7pm Round 2
Sophie Drakeford-Lewis and Josie Janz-Dawson are two new talents announced as joining Team Bath Netball as tickets go on sale for the Blue and Gold’s 2018 Vitality Superleague home matches. Fans will be able to see them and a host of returning and other stars at the Team Bath Arena that will feature a new
Mia Ritchie and Tash Pavelin have become the latest players to commit to Team Bath Netball for the 2018 Vitality Superleague season. It will be an ninth successive Superleague campaign for Ritchie, a key member of the leadership team whose dynamic mid-court performances have made her a huge favourite of the Blue and Gold supporters.
Loughborough Lightning Netball have unveiled Anna Carter as their new Director of Netball ahead of the 2018 Vitality Netball Superleague season. Carter is a former England international, but more recently Head Coach at Yorkshire Jets. In 2017 Carter took up the Lightning U21 Head Coach role, guiding the team to victory at the season ending
Asha Francis says she is looking forward to passing on the Blue & Gold ethos to the next generation of stars after being appointed as Team Bath Netball’s new Assistant Coach. Her key responsibility will be working with University of Bath students in British Universities & Colleges Sport [BUCS] competitions but she will work across
Loughborough Lightning Netball is delighted to confirm the appointment for Emily Perry, who will take on a new role as Lightning Pathway Head Coach from the end of the month. Perry has an extremely strong coaching pedigree, demonstrated by leading England U21s to a third place finish at the Netball World Youth Cup and a
England international attacker Kadeen Corbin is returning to Team Bath Netball for the 2018 Vitality Superleague season and says: “I can’t wait to be back in the Blue and Gold!” The 25-year-old enjoyed a hugely-successful spell with the South West franchise from 2009 to 2013, coming through the performance pathway to help Team Bath win
Captain Eboni Beckford-Chambers, defensive partner Layla Guscoth and goal-shooter Chelsea Lewis are the first Team Bath Netball players to officially sign up for the 2018 Superleague season. Beckford-Chambers and Guscoth forged an outstanding partnership during the 2017 campaign, which saw the Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold concede the fewest goals of any franchise in the competition.