Source: Bob Bradford

Team Bath Netball make stunning comeback

Team Bath Netball overturned a seven-goal deficit and then held off a last-quarter comeback as they defeated top-four rivals Loughborough Lightning 57-55 in a sensational 2019 Vitality Superleague showdown that fully lived up to its pre-match billing.  The battle between third and fourth place promised to be an epic encounter and it was all that

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Source: Eliza Morgan

England Netball strikes new partnership with Elastoplast

England Netball has today announced an official partnership with trusted wound care brand Elastoplast. The UK’s leading wound care expert will be the Official First Aid Supplier for the Vitality Roses; England’s senior netball team, as part of the partnership, and will be offering support to the governing body at both a grassroots and elite

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Team Bath Netball determined to bounce back

Team Bath Netball will be looking to take inspiration from one of their best performances of the 2019 Vitality Superleague season so far when they take on top-four rivals Loughborough Lightning in a crunch home match on Friday (7.30pm centre-pass). The Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold produced an eye-catching display to convincingly win the reverse fixture

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Young designer meets her Vitality Netball World Cup mascot creation

Promising designer Orla Burner, a 10-year-old pupil from St Alban’s High School Prep has been selected as the winner of the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 ‘Design Our Mascot’ competition. Her prizewinning creation – Jude the Liver Bird – was revealed by Orla, with the help of England netball international Jade Clarke, at a special

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Team Bath claw back early deficit to overcome spirited Sirens

Team Bath Netball showed tremendous character to turn a six-goal deficit into a 51-47 victory over Strathclyde Sirens tonight as Blue & Gold supporters were treated to another rip-roaring Vitality Superleague clash at the Team Bath Arena. The noisy four-figure crowd saw the Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold struggle to find a way through Sirens’ rock-solid

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