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Caroline O’Hanlon returns for Superleague Champions

Northern Ireland captain Caroline O’Hanlon is returning to the Vitality Netball Superleague Champions Manchester Thunder for a third season. The 35-year old centre is the North West side’s latest signing for the 2020 campaign and takes the number of names announced to seven. Caroline has played a highly influential role since joining Thunder for the

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Major investment for Netball Superleague Champions

Vitality Netball Superleague Champions Manchester Thunder have received a major boost with investment from one of the region’s leading businessmen. David Jennings, chief executive of leading door hardware supplier UAP Limited, based in Manchester, will join the Board of the Superleague franchise with his company Jennings Ventures Limited investing in Thunder. At a time of

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Ashleigh Neal joins Manchester Thunder for 2020

Versatile Australian Ashleigh Neal is joining Manchester Thunder for the defence of their Vitality Netball Superleague title in 2020. The 30-year old, who plays at Wing Attack, Centre and Goal Attack has signed for the Champions from London Pulse. Ash has been part of the UK Superleague for some time – playing with Mavericks and

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Thunder take the victory over Saracens

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

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Thunder overcome Wasps

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.

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