England Roses will confront South Africa and Jamaica, New Zealand at a new international competition.
The Vitality Netball Nations Cup will soon see the Roses struggle against the New Zealand Silver Ferns, the Jamaica Sunshine Girls and the South Africa SPAR Proteas in three cities over four days of activity.
The tournament kicks off at the Motorpoint Arena at Nottingham on January 19, that is going to be the very first time since 2011 an international netball competition has arrived at the city. The contest will begin playing Jamaica and newly-crowned world champions New Zealand facing South Africa.
The action will proceed to Arena Birmingham for another double header on January 22 and will conclude in the Burger Box Arena at London for the final two weeks of the competition on January 25 and 26.
Jess Thirlby, vitality Roses head trainer, is currently looking forward to the competition which sees England play for the first time because the Netball World Cup before a house crowd.
“This will be a very exciting event; competition is greater than ever and teams are out to establish themselves after the incredible vulnerability of the World Cup,” explained Thirlby.
“Not only may we be gaining a valuable opportunity to confront some of the world’s finest teams, we’ll also be competing in a totally new international competition.
“It is also the very first time that the Roses will compete on home soil as the Vitality Netball World Cup and the first time we will be taking netball to three unique cities in one series. There is so much to anticipate and we’re really excited to see each of the Roses fans back out in drive.”
Sky Sports is your house of netball and it yields to your displays starting with British Championships on Saturday, October 12, when they see South Africa in November while the Roses return to activity under new trainer Jess Thirlby.
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