Geva Mentor

23 September 2013

Sport/Event: Netball

Position: Goal Keeper/Goal Defence

Date and Place of Birth: 17 September 1984, Bournemouth, UK

Coached by: Jan Crabtree

Biography:
In 2001 Geva became the youngest player to represent England at senior level, aged just 16. She has been involved in the England set-up ever since playing at both the Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games and at the 2003 World Championships.

She collected international medals with England in both 2005 and 2006 – the former was a silver medal with England under-21s at the World Youth Championships in Florida and the latter a bronze medal with the England senior side at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Geva played for TeamBath in all but one of its Super Cup campaigns – including in 2004 when the team won the competition.

In 2005 she was part of the England under-21 squad that used the competition as a warm-up for the World Youth Championships. She was a member of the Team Bath team that won the inaugural Superleague in 2006.

Clubs: Team Bath, Adelaide Thunderbirds, Surrey Storm, Melbourne Vixens

Competitive Record:
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Glasgow, 2014
Bronze – England, Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India, 2010
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Delhi, India, 2010
Selected to represent England at World Netball Championships, Auckland, New Zealand, 2007
Bronze – England, Commonwealth Games, Melbourne, Australia, 2006
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Melbourne, Australia, 2006
Champions – Team Bath, Netball Superleague, Guildford, June 2006
Bronze – England, Commonwealth Games, Melbourne, Australia, March 2006
Silver – England, World Youth Championships, Florida, USA, July 2005
Champions – Team Bath, Netball SuperCup, 2004
Selected to represent England at Commonwealth Games, Manchester, 2002

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