Source: Mark Pritchard

Caroline O’Hanlon stays at Manchester Thunder

Caroline O’Hanlon has signed a contract at Manchester Thunder for a second season. The Northern Ireland captain will stay in the Back and Yellow dress for the 2019 campaign. She is the third signing to be announced by Thunder, following the return of Laura Malcolm and Ellie Cardwell from Severn Stars. Centre O’Hanlon, 34, was

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Rachel Shaw to take on player-coach role

England international Rachel Shaw will combine playing with a new coaching role after committing to Team Bath Netball for the 2019 Vitality Superleague season. The dynamic wing-attack, who first joined the Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold in 2013, has taken over from former Superleague-winning captain Asha Francis as Assistant Netball Coach and will work with University

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Source: Manchester Thunder

Cardwell returns to Thunder

Manchester Thunder have re-signed Eleanor Cardwell from Severn Stars to complete a sensational double swoop. Cardwell joins Stars team-mate Laura Malcolm in returning to the club which saw her rise through the ranks from youth level to the Superleague. The 23-year-old England Roses shooter will play for the Black and Yellows once again for the

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Team Bath Netball quintet earn England selection

Layla Guscoth is set to wear the England dress for the first time in three years after being named in the Roses squad alongside fellow Team Bath Netball star Kadeen Corbin for the Autumn internationals. Sophie Drakeford-Lewis and Paige Reed have also been selected in the Roses’ U21 squad along with Chartie Curtis, who is

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Source: Manchester Thunder

Laura Malcolm rejoins Thunder from Stars

Manchester Thunder have announced the first player for the Vitality Netball Superleague Squad 2018-19 season. Centre courter and former England international Laura Malcolm is rejoining Manchester Thunder from Severn Stars. The 27-year-old left Thunder to join Severn Stars in 2017 but now she’s back at the club she played for throughout her youth and later

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Silver lining for Team Bath Netball as young stars shine

Team Bath Netball’s U21 squad narrowly missed out on winning gold at the 2018 NPL Tournament after an outstanding final against Manchester Thunder. The Blue and Gold, skippered by England U19 captain Chartie Curtis and featuring a host of Vitality Superleague players and rising stars, were in fantastic form throughout the four-day competition at the

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