TeamBath’s netballers aim to maintain their 100 per cent record in the Co-operative Superleague this season when new Superleague side Glasgow Wildcats make their debut at the University of Bath Sports Training Village on Saturday (8th November).
TeamBath have currently won three from three to sit proudly on top of the Superleague.
“We don’t know that much about Glasgow Wildcats, but we know they’ll be feisty,” said Jess Garland, TeamBath head coach.
“They’ve lost both of their games so far, so they’ll be determined to prove a point,” she added. “For us it’s all about focusing on our own game. We’ve been getting better with every game and we’re always looking to improve our performance.”
Sixteen-year-old goal shooter Rosie Allison has been drafted into the TeamBath for this weekend. She steps up from the TeamBath’s National Talent League squad. Rosie is already a member of the England under-21 squad and featured in TeamBath’s Superleague campaign last season.
Louise Hudson, Sportsister
The Women’s Sports Magazine
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The Co-operative Group launched a bid earlier this year to make netball an Olympic sport. More than a quarter of a million people have leant their support to the bid in the hope that netball will become a participation sport at the Games.
To show your support, log onto Facebook and join the group “Bid to get netball in the 2012 Olympics”.