It promises to be a Friday thriller as Team Bath Netball go head-to-head with old rivals Saracens Mavericks in a match which will have a huge bearing on this season’s Vitality Superleague play-off race. Both teams are level on 24 points, with Haines Watts-sponsored Team Bath currently occupying the all-important fourth position on goal difference.
Team Bath slowly warmed to their task and finished with a 50-40 win against local rivals, Severn Stars at the Team Bath Arena in the Vitality Netball Superleague on Saturday. Victory for the Haines Watts backed Team Bath side came courtesy of a strong second half and some “smarter play” according to coach Anna Stembridge.
Team Bath Netball Head Coach Anna Stembridge has today announced that she is stepping away from Superleague coaching at the end of the 2022 season for personal reasons. The former England Roses coach, one of the most respected coaches in the game, is in her second spell with the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold having
Team Bath are back in top four contention after convincing home win against Pulse Team Bath drove home a timely 62-41 win over top-four spot rivals London Pulse on Monday night at the Team Bath Arena in the Vitality Netball Superleague. Victory brought the Haines Watts backed squad equal on points not only with Pulse
Team Bath Netball are looking to build on their most consistent performance of the 2022 Vitality Superleague season to date as they head into a big double-header weekend against two fellow top-four contenders. After a first half of the season hit by illness and injury, the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold had all 12 of
Anna Stembridge praised the “incredible strength of character” shown by her extended playing squad after Covid provided the latest challenge for Team Bath Netball to tackle during the 2022 Vitality Superleague season. Having already negotiated injuries, visa delays and one early-season Covid outbreak that sidelined the coaching staff and some players, the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue
Team Bath Netball were once again left to rue a run of goals against them in the final quarter as they went down 53-44 at home to defending champions Loughborough Lightning in the Vitality Superleague on Monday. An enthralling game featuring big momentum swings had seen the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold trail by five,
Serena Guthrie has thanked the Team Bath Netball fans for their “unwavering support” throughout her illustrious career after today announcing that she is pregnant and retiring from playing at elite level. The Blue & Gold legend – who first came to the club as a prodigiously talented 13-year-old from Jersey and developed into arguably the
Serena Guthrie, Vitality Roses captain and Team Bath player, has today announced the exciting news that she is expecting her first baby with her partner Bob Kersten. The news means that she will not be available for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Birmingham this summer, nor take to court for Team Bath during their 2022
A ten-goal swing in the opening stages of the final quarter saw Team Bath Netball slip to defeat against Vitality Superleague table-toppers Manchester Thunder at the Team Bath Arena tonight. The Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold had treated a capacity crowd to some fantastic netball for the first 45 minutes, only for the league leaders