Karen Greig, the England U21 Head Coach, has named her first U21 competition squad who will be looking to defend their title at the Netball Europe U21 Championships. The 12-strong team will head to the University of Worcester Arena to compete against Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland from 4 – 6 October. Ten of the
England Netball is delighted to reveal the 12 athletes selected to represent England at the Netball Europe Open championships. The highly anticipated competition will take place from 27 – 29 September at the Antrim Forum in Belfast and will see the England side face the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales on court. The
Cardiff will host the annual Netball Europe Open Championships at the Sport Wales National Centre, from 5th to 8th of October 2017. The prestigious annual European netball tournament will see 8th world ranked Wales take on 3rd ranked England, Scotland (12th) and Northern Ireland (10th) in front of a packed crowd of netball fans. Cardiff
Four rising Team Bath Netball stars helped England U21s successfully defend their Netball Europe title in Glasgow, Scotland, over the weekend. University of Bath Sports Performance student Paige Reed, supported by a Santander Sports Scholarship, started all three matches alongside Blue and Gold team-mates Tash Pavelin – who studies Natural Sciences – and Abi Robson.
Team Bath Netball’s Samantha Cook played a starring role as England retained the Netball Europe Open Championship title with wins against the other home nations over the weekend. The defender, who enjoyed a strong finish to the Vitality Netball Superleague season after returning from injury, came off the bench to help England to an 83-32
England were crowned champions of the Open Championships on Sunday after their win over Wales by 81-42 while in the Open Challenge Ireland were champions again after beating Switzerland by 37-20. All the results from the two competitions are below. 2016 – Newcastle – Friday 13 May to Sunday 15 May Open Championship Day 1 (Friday
Team Bath Netball defender Sam Cook has been named in the England squad for next month’s Netball Europe competition in Newcastle. Cook has made a strong recovery from injury this season to help the Blue and Gold qualify for the Vitality Netball Superleague semi-finals. She has 12 senior caps and last wore the Rose when
England Netball has announced the squad that will line up in Newcastle for Netball Europe next month. The team will be taking part in the Championship Section of the tournament against Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland between May 12th and 15th. There is also a Challenge Section of Netball Europe in which Gibraltar, Ireland, Israel, Malta,
Up-and-coming Team Bath Netball star Ella Powell-Davies enjoyed an international debut to remember as she helped England continue their dominance of the Netball Europe U17 Championship. The talented teenage defender, who celebrates her 17th birthday next week, helped the young Roses complete a clean sweep of victories in Gibraltar earlier this month. England’s quality at
Talented young Team Bath Netball player Ella Powell-Davies (pictured right) has been named in the England U17 squad for March’s Netball Europe tournament in Gibraltar. Powell-Davies, who plays in the National Performance League (NPL) for the Blue and Gold, earned her place after impressing at a selection camp and training weekend at the EiS Sheffield.