Team Bath's Mia Ritchie and Pamela Cookey came into the ITV News West Country studios today to talk about their big win over the weekend. The side secured the netball super league title with a 56-62 victory over the Celtic Dragons.
At the weekend Team Bath secured the national netball super league title - the sport's equivalent of football's Premiership - with a 56-62 victory over the Celtic Dragons at the Worcester Arena. It's their fifth super league title in eight years.
Two of the team have joined Ian Axton and Naomi Lloyd in the studio to discuss their win. Do switch on if you can
In netball, Team Bath are on course for a fifth Super League title in eight years. Tomorrow night (Saturday 25 May) they travel to the brand new University of Worcester Arena to take on the Celtic Dragons in the Grand Final.
The Dragons are the only team to have beaten Team Bath this season.
Team Bath host Manchester Thunder in tonight's Netball Superleague semi-final. Bath are the most successful team in Superleague history having won four of the seven titles contested to date. Thunder go into the semi-final at the University of Bath Sports Training Village as defending champions.
The two sides have met once before this season in Manchester when Team Bath ran out winners by a single goal at 55-54. Team Bath made sure of a home fixture by finishing top of the Showdown phase of the Superleague. Doors open at 6.30pm, the players warm-up at 7pm and the first pass is at 7.30pm.
Team Bath's netball team got their Superleague campaign underway with a win.
They beat the Celtic Dragons tonight by 57 points to 50.
Team Bath's netball squad start their Superleague campaign tonight.
Their match against Celtic Dragons gets underway at the University of Bath Sports Training Village at 7.15pm.
The team includes four of the players who helped England beat world champions Australia earlier this month.
Bath are the most successful team in the history of the Superleague, having won four of the seven campaigns contested so far.
Four Team Bath netballers helped England's women make history by winning their first ever series against Australia.
England’s 51-49 triumph over the world champions at Wembley Arena was their second in four days – the other one came at the University of Bath - and saw them take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
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.
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