Cumbria's Helen Housby has been named in Team England's netball squad for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Team England today named a 12-woman squad to represent the nation this coming April on the Gold Coast in Australia.
Housby from Drumleaning, near Wigton, also represented Team England at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
A 17-year-old netball player who plays for Westmorland Wanderers in Cumbria is back on home soil after becoming a World Champion in Australia.
Faye Bateson was part of the squad which took gold in the under-18 side at the Indoor Netball Age World series . She plays Nets, a new, faster and more high-intensity version of the traditional game. It's the first time an English squad has won gold in that catergory. They beat off compettition from New Zealand and South Africa, as well as hosts Australia
Fellow player Nicole Malloy has also been selected to train with the under-19 academy. Faye has played at county and at regional level and is now setting her sights on being picked for the under-21s squad.
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There was agony for Cumbria's Helen Housby and the rest of England's team as they crashed out of the netball semi-finals in Glasgow.
They were beaten 35-34 in the last few seconds of the match by New Zealand. They will now compete for a bronze medal.