Source: Gary Baker

England Netball star Tamsin Greenway to retire

England mid-courter Tamsin Greenway has today announced her immediate retirement from all forms of netball. The former Surrey Storm player-coach led her side to the 2015 Netball Superleague title before clinching bronze with England at the Netball World Cup this summer. Tamsin will continue in her role as coach of the Surrey Storm for the 2016

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Source: Loughborough University

England Netball to continue to use Loughborough University as training base

Loughborough University has announced that England Netball will continue to use its facilities for senior team training. Following an extremely positive preparation camp prior to winning bronze at the Netball World Cup in Australia this summer, Tracey Neville and her squad will continue to use the University as their base until at least January 2016. Commencing

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Source: Getty Images for the ECB

Search for England Women’s Head Coach gets underway

The recruitment process for the new position of England Women’s Head Coach has started today with the posting of the job description. Alongside overall responsibility for the performance and management of the England women’s team in all forms of the game, the new England Women’s Head Coach will be responsible for: Developing a team which inspires

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Source: The FA

The Lionesses to take part in tournament in China

The  England Women’s football team will take part in the CFA International Women’s Football Tournament later this month.  The Lionesses will travel to China on Monday 19th October and will face China and Australia in the mini tournament. This will be the first tournament for the Lionesses since finishing third in the World Cup in Canada

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England U17s hang on for draw with Poland

UEFA Euro WU17 Qualifying Fixtures : England 2-2 Poland England went 2-0 up in their final group qualifier against Poland, but their opponents came back to equalise in a game that saw three penalty kicks scored. Czech Republic, Belgium, Italy, Northern Ireland, England and Poland have all now qualified for the elite round.  The draw for the

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Source: ECB

ICC introduce ranking system for international women’s game

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has welcomed a new official women’s team ranking system which was launched by the International Cricket Council (ICC) earlier today. The innovative multi-format system incorporates Test, One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket equally, awarding ranking points for every international match played.   Statistician and ICC Cricket Committee

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