England players' reactions after their 58-53 victory over Australia in Bath last night.
It is only the third time England have beaten Australia, the current world number ones. They delighted fans watching the sell-out game at the University of Bath.
International netball takes centre stage tomorrow, with England taking on world champions Australia right here in the West Country.
The match, at the University of Bath, is already sold out - a sign that a marketing campaign to make the sport appeal to the younger generation of sports fans is working.
Chris Spittles reports:
England's Netball team play Australia tomorrow in front of a sell-out crowd at the University of Bath.
England player Eboni Beckford-Chambers says it's great to be back in Bath - a city where she lived for five years:
International netball comes to Bath tomorrow as England take on world champions Australia.
England captain Pamela Cookey says the team believe they can cause an upset:
International netball comes to the South West tomorrow, with England taking on world champions Australia at the University of Bath.
The match is already sold out. England Head Coach Anna Mayes says the sport has seen a 34% increase in participation in the last few years: