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Team Bath Netball have missed out on a place in the Vitality Netball Superleague Grand Final.
The Blue and Gold were defeated in Saturday’s semi-final in Manchester, with a final score of 53-46.
A disappointing result for Bath but we can hold our heads high knowing that we pushed Thunder till the end and gave it our all
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Team Bath netballers Stacey Francis & Serena Guthrie were today named in England's final squad of 12 players for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Team Bath take on Surrey Storm in the netball Super League tonight looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season.
They lost 54-41 to Manchester Thunder at the University of Bath, paying the price for a poor start to the game. And Bath face a tough challenge tonight as Surrey have won both their matches so far this season.
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England's international netball match against South Africa at Bath's Sporting Village is a sell-out. Five members from Team Bath will be playing today.
I can’t wait for it to start. It will be good to put our training into action on the court.
Bath is my home and the crowd here is fantastic. That makes it really special.
The crowd are close to the court and that gives it a great atmosphere. It’s always an honour to captain your country.”
It will be good to get back out there in England colours. Everyone has been training hard and the intensity is good, but we’re all pretty relaxed.
Most of the squad have had some experience of playing in Bath during their careers, so we love playing in front of the amazing crowd here.”
The mood in the camp is absolutely fantastic. South Africa are the sort of team that keep you honest, so if you don’t play well they’ll capitalise on it. We want to win it and we want to win it convincingly. We’ll be trying to put out four consistent quarters over three matches.