NETBALL Saracens Mavericks 54 Team Bath Netball 57

Ali WilshierAsha Francis was delighted to see her players’ “freedom and faith” rewarded with a first away win of the 2023 Super League season as Team Bath Netball came out on top in a close contest with Saracens Mavericks.

The Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold and their old rivals went goal for goal in front of the Sky Sports cameras, with just a couple of goals separating the sides for much of the contest, before clinically pulling away in the closing minutes to win 57-54.


NETBALL Allison in England World Cup squad

Team Bath Netball ace Imogen Allison has been named in the England squad for the 2023 Netball World Cup, taking place in South Africa from July 28 to August 6.

It will be a first senior World Cup for the dynamic mid-courter, who helped England win bronze at the World Youth Cup in 2017.


NETBALL SUPER LEAGUE Loughborough 86 Team Bath 52

Team Bath Netball Head Coach Asha Francis says her new-look Super League squad will have learnt a lot from their tough 86-52 opening defeat to an outstanding Loughborough Lightning side.

Lightning hit their stride straight away to race into a 23-13 lead after the first quarter.


NETBALL Team Bath 63 Manchester Thunder 67

Team Bath Netball treated another capacity crowd to their best performance of the season so far as they narrowly lost out 67-63 to defending Netball Super League champions Manchester Thunder.

A memorable last home game of the 2023 season saw the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold provide a 1,700-strong crowd in the Team Bath Arena with plenty to cheer as they took a 38-33 lead into half-time.


CAROLINE MTUKULE teams up with new-look Team Bath

edited Caroline Mtukule Team Bath Netball 2023 129710Malawi captain Caroline Mtukule is thrilled to be bringing her defensive talent to the Super League for the first time after joining Team Bath Netball for the 2023 season.

After four Netball World Cups and five Commonwealth Games, Mtukule, who plays goal-defence and goal-keeper, has amassed a wealth of experience during a playing career dating back to 2004.


TEAM BATH NETBALL full house to face Thunder

TEAM BATH Netball will have another capacity crowd behind them tonight when they take on Manchester Thunder in their final home match of the 2023 Netball Super League season.

A club-record 12,200 tickets have been sold for the eight fixtures at the Team Bath Arena this year and it will be a full house once again when the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold face the defending champions live on Sky Sports (1930 centre-pass).


NETBALL Catling to captain Team Bath this season

Lily-May Catling teambathnetball Versatile defender Lily-May Catling will captain Team Bath Netball’s Super League team this season.

“To be voted in as captain by my team-mates is pretty special,” said Catling (pictured) who first joined the Blue & Gold as an Academy player before returning to the club ahead of last season.


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