Having got their Quad Series campaign off to a good start by beating South Africa 60-55 in Durban, the Roses went on to meet the Silver Ferns in Liverpool, however, things didn’t quite go to plan and England’s Roses were stunned by a ruthless performance from New Zealand’s Silver Ferns on Friday evening in Liverpool. The
The Roses finally got the better of South Africa on Saturday in Durban but it took a first ever extra-time in the Netball Quad Series to separate the sides as England sealed a 60-55 victory. An eleven goal advantage for the visitors at half-time seemed to have the Roses well on their way to a win,
England Netball have announced the Roses squad which has been selected to take part in the Vitality Netball International Series as part of the Netball Quad Series. England will once again face Australia, New Zealand and South Africa in a series of games. The first half of the series will be played out in Durban, South
The Australian Diamonds were in imperious form this morning as they overcame the England Roses 66-46 to clinch a second successive victory in the Netball Quad Series. After falling to defeat against New Zealand on Saturday, it was a much improved performance from the Roses as they stayed close to their hosts, trailing by just
England Netball has announced the Roses squad selected to compete in the first ever Quad Series to be played in Australia and New Zealand which commences next month. Head Coach Tracey Neville will lead a team with a strong mix of youth and experience as England take on the Diamonds, the Silver Ferns and South Africa.