Source: Mark Pritchard

Liana Leota completes Thunder 2019 Superleague squad

Manchester Thunder have signed New Zealand star Liana Leota to complete their 10-strong 2019 squad. The centre-courter will play for the Black and Yellows for a fourth season, after first joining the club in 2015. The former Silver Fern, 33, has been instrumental in helping Thunder qualify for the play-offs in every one of her

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Young star Amy Carter becomes fifth Thunder signing

Amy Carter has signed a two-year contract, keeping her at Manchester Thunder until 2020. The 19-year-old had a breakthrough season in the Black and Yellow dress in 2018, putting in a number of Player of the Match performances for the senior side. Carter, who is currently studying medicine at university, was also named u21 Coaches’

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Manchester Thunder end Team Bath winning streak

Team Bath Netball’s winning start to the 2018 Vitality Superleague season was ended by a clinical Manchester Thunder side on Friday. The Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold edged the first and final quarters in front of a noisy sell-out crowd but Thunder, inspired by excellent goal-attack Kathryn Turner, were fast and fluent going forward and deserved

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Zanele Vimbela has joined Team Bath

Experienced South African international defender Zanele Vimbela has joined the Team Bath Netball Vitality Superleague squad for the remainder of the 2018 season. The 28-year-old, part of the SPAR Proteas squad for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, arrived in the UK on Sunday and will be available to make her debut when Manchester Thunder

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Vitality Netball Superleague – Round 14

Vitality Netball Superleague –  Round 14 Friday 5 May Team Northumbria  60 – 48  Celtic Dragons Saturday 6 May Hertfordshire Mavericks  47 – 60  Sirens Surrey Storm  52 – 59  Loughborough Lightning Severn Stars  42 – 63  Manchester Thunder Monday 8 May Team Bath  55 – 53 Wasps Netball


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Vitality Superleague Catch Up

After a busy weekend in the Vitality Superleague Lougborough Lightning remain top of the league with just three points between them and Wasps in 2nd place and another 3 between Wasps and third placed Thunder.  Fri 28th Apr Team Bath  59 – 33  Severn Stars Sat 29th Apr Siresn  69 – 47  Team Northumbria Celtic

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