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.
England international Stacey Francis, a five-time Superleague winner with Team Bath Netball, today became the latest inductee into the University of Bath Hall of Fame for Sport. The ceremony took place as part of celebrations to mark the University being named as the 2018 Sports University of the Year in The Times/Sunday Times Good University
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
Team Bath Netball will celebrate the iconic landmarks of their stunning home World Heritage city when they take part in the first-ever British Fast5 All-Stars Championships at The O2 Arena in London this weekend. The Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold will be wearing a dress specially commissioned for the televised event featuring famous sites from the
Football coaches from the country’s top clubs have been swapping training pitches for netball courts, bobsleigh tracks and the University of Bath’s world-class sporting environment as part of a Premier League development programme. This year’s new cohort of Elite Coach Apprentice Scheme (ECAS) participants, representing academies from Manchester United and Chelsea to Bristol City and
A valiant England display wasn’t enough to wrestle the Taini Jamison Trophy away from the Silver Ferns in Hamilton this morning. It was a classic encounter with both sides locked together until the final 10 minutes, when a late New Zealand surge saw them take out a 62-55 victory and, with it, the Series. Tracey
The England Roses took a thrilling 49-46 victory over New Zealand in Napier this morning to level the Taini Jamison Trophy at 1-1 heading into the deciding match on Wednesday. A six goal lead for England midway through the third quarter was overturned by the Silver Ferns but the Roses hit back in the final
The England Roses were beaten 62-55 after a late rally from New Zealand handed them a 1-0 lead in the Taini Jamison Trophy. The Silver Ferns got the match underway with first centre pass in front of a packed house in Porirua. Geva Mentor was straight into the heart of the action with a tip
The England Roses were beaten 54-51 by South Africa SPAR Proteas in their final Quad Series match. An impressive third quarter from the Proteas proved decisive in a hotly contested and high quality game. Tracey Neville went with the same seven players who started Wednesday’s stunning 49-45 victory over world no.2s New Zealand Silver Ferns.
The England Roses put in a tremendous performance as they overcame world no.2s New Zealand Silver Ferns on home soil in Auckland to win their second Quad Series match 49-45. A stellar final 15 minutes from the Roses secured only their fifth ever win over the Silver Ferns in 88 matches. Tracey Neville opted to