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England lose World Cup opener

South Africa beat England by six wickets in the final over of their ICC Women’s T20 World Cup opener in Perth. England fought hard with the ball to take it down to the wire after Nat Sciver’s 50 had led them to 123/8 and given them a sniff at the interval, but Mignon Du Preez and

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Vitality Roses net first win of South Africa series

The Vitality Roses secured a 58-63 victory against the South Africa SPAR Proteas in Cape Town after displaying real tenacity and togetherness in a dramatic extra-time encounter. It was the first time the two sides had gone head-to-head since the Vitality Netball World Cup earlier this year in which England beat the SPAR Proteas to take

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The Furniture Union sponsor England’s Natalie Miller

The Furniture Union have sponsored Natalie Miller, Co-Captain of the England Indoor Netball Team (Nets) on her journey towards the 2019 World Cup in South Africa. With over 25 years’ experience in the design industry, The Furniture Union prides itself on striving for excellence in its provision of creative solutions to the residential and commercial

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England book place in the last four of ICC World T20

Anya Shrubsole took a hat-trick as England beat South Africa by seven wickets to book their place in the last four of the ICC Women’s World T20. Shrubsole combined with fellow opening bowler Nat Sciver – who recorded the remarkable figures of 4-1-4-3 – and spinners Sophie Ecclestone, Kirstie Gordon and Linsey Smith to dismiss South

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England romp to Tri-Nations win

The Vitality Tri-Nation series was completed with a single T20 match between England and New Zealand at Chelmsford on Sunday 1 July. If the result looked like a foregone conclusion – the home team romping home by 7 wickets to record their 13th win against this opposition – all three nations can draw valuable lessons

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England give Notice

The Vitality Tri-Nations series moved to Bristol for the third of the double-headers, but kept the same blissful weather enjoyed at Taunton. It was the White Ferns turn to appear twice. They saw off the Proteas with comparative ease, ensuring themselves and England of a place in the final at Chelmsford the following Sunday. It

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