Source: Ben Lumley

Ecus joins Team Bath Netball family as Environment Partner

Ecus, a development consultancy with the environment and sustainability at its heart, have today joined the family of companies who support Team Bath Netball – alongside Haines Watts, Rengen and Centurion Chartered Financial Planners. All four companies are passionate about supporting women’s sport and empowering our netball players to be the best they can be.

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Source: Manchester Thunder

Laura Malcolm re-signs for Thunder

Sensational mid-courter Laura Malcolm re-signs for Manchester Thunder for a further 2 seasons At 30 years old, Laura Malcolm has steadily become part of the furniture at Manchester Thunder, almost becoming as iconic as the yellow and black dress. Inspired by her sports-mad family, she started her netball journey aged ten, originally playing as a

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Source: Manchester Thunder

Manchester Thunder sign defender Shadine van der Merwe

Manchester Thunder have done it again with their second big name signing in a week as world class defender Shadine van der Merwe joins from Australian SSN side Adelaide Thunderbirds With the breaking news of Natalie Haythornthwaite arriving from NSW Swifts still the talk of the town, Thunder have pulled off another massive deal with

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Source: Ben Lumley

Vitality Roses to host Jamaica in ‘Vitality Roses Reunited Series’

England’s national netball team will reunite on court this November and December as they host an exciting ‘Vitality Roses Reunited Series’ that will see Head Coach Jess Thirlby’s side go head-to-head with the Jamaica Sunshine Girls during three days of international netball action on home soil. Subject to COVID-19 travel restrictions the ‘Vitality Roses Reunited

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Source: Manchester Thunder

Natalie Haythornthwaite returns to Manchester Thunder

It’s the moment netball fans have waited for: Natalie Haythornthwaite returns to Manchester Thunder for the 2022 season Since the news broke in Australia last week that Commonwealth Games gold medal winner Natalie Haythornthwaite would be returning to the UK to play in the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL), netball fans all around the country have

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Source: Stephen Gaunt for Vitality Netball Superleague

Amy Carter to miss 2022 Superleague season

Manchester Thunder mid-courter, Amy Carter will miss the 2022 Vitality Netball Superleague season after rupturing her ACL Carter suffered the injury while in pre-season club training and will undergo surgery in early October. As a member of the Manchester Thunder squad since 2017, Carter had become an integral part of the team and was progressing

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Source: Matchtight

Team Bath Netball U15s all set for School Games return

Team Bath Netball’s U15s will have the benefit of coaching from two Superleague stars when they compete in the 2021 School Games tournament next month. Rachel Shaw is Head Coach and fellow wing-attack Kirsty Harris is Assistant Coach of the talented U15s squad, who will be competing at Loughborough University from September 3-5. Representing the

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Source: World Netball

World Netball announces Sara Donovan as Courage Ambassador

Following a worldwide search for inspiring candidates from the global netball family, World Netball has announced Director of Sports and PE teacher Sara Donovan as its official Courage Ambassador. Standing alongside fellow ambassadors, who will comprise of globally recognised athletes, officials and sporting figures, as Courage Ambassador Sara will be a powerful advocate for netball

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