England’s women progressed to the semi finals of the EuroHockey Championships with a narrow victory over an extremely plucky Belarus side. England were below par but got the job done in Antwerp and will now play in Friday’s semi finals. Lily Owsley opened the scoring before Izzy Petter got her first England goal, but Belarus
Phil Neville has named his England Women’s squad for the forthcoming August and September friendlies against Belgium and Norway. The 25-player squad will meet up at St. George’s Park next week for the first time since their high-profile FIFA Women’s World Cup campaign in France last month. The Lionesses face Belgium at the Den Dreef
England’s women’s team moved one step closer to qualifying for the EuroHockey Championships semi-final with a valuable 1-1 draw against a strong German side. Initially taking the lead with a sumptuous Lily Owsley strike, England were good value for their half-time lead having limited Germany to few opportunities whilst looking a threat on the offensive.
England’s women’s team put in a clinical display to get off to the perfect start in their EuroHockey Championships with a 2-1 victory over Ireland. Two goals from two penalty corners in the first-half gave the side a strong advantage with Suzy Petty in the right place at the right time for the opening goal
This year England women will travel to Sydney to play in the Downer World Cup Nines and then travel to Papua New Guinea to play two tests against the PNG Orchids. Sixteen players have been selected for the Downer World Cup Nines (18/19 October): Dannielle Anderson, Caitlin Beevers, Leah Burke, Chantelle Crowl, Jodie Cunningham, Faye
England Women won the final match of the Vitality Women’s IT20 series and the Women’s Ashes with a spirited effort at Bristol. Debutant off-spinner Mady Villiers was the star of the day – taking 2-20 and claiming the big wickets of Alyssa Healy and Ashleigh Gardner. England had earlier set 139-5 from their 20 overs,
England Under 20 v Canada Under 20 Loughborough July 28 2019 England had to work desperately hard to overcome a well-organized and accurate Canadian side that had seen off their USA opponents 24-7 in mid-week. After the intense heat of Wednesday they were presented with the other side of English weather, cold, wet and miserable.
England Women U20s were victorious in the Tri-Nations Cup, defeating Canada 24-15 at Loughborough University. It followed last weekend’s 62-0 victory over USA in the competition. The young Red Roses led 7-0 at the break against Canada via Jodie Mallard’s try and a Lucie Skuse conversion. Canada themselves then led 15-7 through tries from Emma
Australia Women won the second Vitality Women’s IT20 at Hove and went 12-2 up in the Women’s Ashes. England batted first on a slow pitch and worked their way to 121-9. Some early wickets gave them hope of defending their total – Australia at one point slipping to 35-3 – but Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry
Everyone at Team Bath Netball is delighted at today’s news that former Blue & Gold Head Coach and player Jess Thirlby has been announced as Tracey Neville’s successor as England Netball Head Coach. Thirlby, who left the Blue & Gold this summer after 20 years of outstanding service as both player and coach, takes on