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Team Bath Netball won bronze in the 2016 Vitality Netball Superleague

Team Bath Netball end season of Superleague progress on a thrilling high

10 May 2016

Head Coach Anna Stembridge says she is feeling "really proud" after Team Bath Netball finished the 2016 Vitality Netball Superleague season on a memorable note. A pulsating 49-48 success against Hertfordshire Mavericks in front of an enthralled crowd at the Copper Box Arena in London ensured Team Bath finished an encouraging season in third place overall. “We went into the season with a group of retained athletes, new athletes and young athletes so we are very...

Mia Ritchie in Superleague action against Hertfordshire Mavericks, February 2016

Team Bath Netball determined to end positive Superleague season on a winning note

03 May 2016

Team Bath Netball are determined to finish a positive Vitality Netball Superleague season on an appropriately high note when they face Hertfordshire Mavericks in the third-place play-off. Director of Netball Jess Thirlby admitted the players and staff were “hurting to put it mildly” after last weekend’s 53-46 semi-final defeat at Manchester Thunder ended their dream of a sixth Superleague title. But she has urged the Blue and Gold to lift themselves and ensure they go...

Anna Stembridge punches the air after a Team Bath Netball goal during the 2016 Superleague season

Head coach hails Team Bath Netball’s resilience after dramatic extra-time win over Mavericks

18 April 2016

Team Bath Netball showed tremendous resilience and character as they beat fellow semi-finalists Hertfordshire Mavericks in one of the most exciting Vitality Netball Superleague matches of the 2016 season. The two teams went toe to toe throughout an absorbing encounter that finished 44-44 after 60 minutes, with Lenize Potgieter levelling for the visitors in the dying seconds. With no tied games in the league, the match went to two additional seven-minute periods where Team Bath...

Mia Ritchie in action for Team Bath Netball against Hertfordshire Mavericks, February 2016. PICTURE: David Roper

Second-quarter slump proves insurmountable for Team Bath Netball against Mavericks

29 February 2016

Team Bath Netball’s second quarter slump saw them come off second best in tonight’s Vitality Superleague encounter with Hertforshire Mavericks by 42-56 at the University’s Sports Training Village. Claire Brownie, the Team Bath wing defence, said; “ We didn’t have the consistency tonight. We didn’t play for the 60 minutes so we are all frustrated as the score doesn’t reflect our ability but we will come out fighting on Friday against Loughborough”. Team Bath have...

Team Bath Netball 2015-16 - Mia Ritchie against Hertfordshire Mavericks

Win in Wales sets Team Bath Netball up for big week of Superleague acton at University of Bath

29 February 2016

Team Bath Netball will go into this week’s big home double header against fellow Superleague top-four contenders Hertfordshire Mavericks and Loughborough Lightning on the back of an impressive weekend win at Celtic Dragons. The Blue and Gold won all four quarters at the Cwmbran Stadium in Wales on Saturday to claim a 65-45 victory overall. That result, combined with a narrow 55-54 defeat for Surrey Storm at Loughborough, moves Team Bath up to second in...

Chelsea Lewis in action for Team Bath Netball in the 58-28 Superleague win over Team Northumbria in February 2016

Trip to Wales and two home matches in busy week for Team Bath Netball

26 February 2016

Team Bath Netball head to Wales this weekend for the first of three big Vitality Netball Superleague matches in six days. Saturday’s match against Celtic Dragons (4pm) will take place at Cwmbran Stadium after the Welsh franchise’s regular home venue of Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre was damaged during Storm Imogen. Dragons, who are looking for their first win of the season, have a familiar face in their ranks in mid-courter Kyra Jones – she played for Team...

An athletic claim from Team Bath Netball goal-shooter Chelsea Lewis during the pre-season tri-tourmanent in November 2015

Plenty of positives as Team Bath Netball beat Hertfordshire Mavericks and Surrey Storm in tri-tournament

14 November 2015

Head Coach Anna Stembridge and captain Eboni Beckford-Chambers say there are plenty of positives to take from Team Bath Netball’s tri-tournament wins against Surrey Storm and Hertfordshire Mavericks on Saturday. In front of more than 500 netball fans at the University of Bath Sports Training Village, Team Bath came from behind to beat Mavericks 33-28 in the opening match before holding on after a lightning start to defeat Vitality Superleague champions Storm 30-25. All four...

“Great honour” as Eboni Beckford-Chambers is named as Team Bath Netball Superleague captain

02 November 2015

England star Eboni Beckford-Chambers says she is “proud and honoured” to be named as captain of Team Bath Netball for the 2016 Vitality Netball Superleague season. The 27-year-old defender, who has spent the past four years playing professionally in the ANZ Championship in Australia, confirmed her return to the famous Blue and Gold last month. She can boast a wealth of experience having won four Superleague titles during her previous spell at Team Bath. She...

Team Bath Netball's Rachel Shaw poses for an image promoting the Super Saturday match against Surrey Storm

Champs await Team Bath Netball on Super Saturday and in home tournament

23 September 2015

Team Bath Netball will get their 2016 Vitality Superleague campaign under way against defending champions Surrey Storm during a ground-breaking Super Saturday event featuring all eight franchises. Four matches – all televised live on Sky Sports – will be played during an action-packed day at The NEC in Birmingham on Saturday, January 30, culminating in the prime-time showdown between five-time Superleague champions Team Bath and the current title holders (8pm). It won’t be the first...

Stacey Francis in action against Manchester Thunder, what proved to be her last Superleague game of the 2015 season due to a knee injury. PICTURE: David Roper

Team Bath Netball defender Stacey Francis determined to be fit for England World Cup campaign after Superleague setback

31 March 2015

Stacey Francis is confident she will be fit for England’s Netball World Cup campaign, despite being ruled out for the remainder of Team Bath Netball’s regular Superleague season. The influential defender sat out Monday night’s 42-33 defeat at Hertfordshire Mavericks after being told she must rest a knee injury. She will also miss Thursday’s must-win trip to fourth-placed Yorkshire Jets, the Easter Monday visit to Loughborough Lightning and the final home game of the Superleague...

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