Netball girls get Superleague experience

Netball girls get Superleague experience

Netball girls get Superleague experience

First published in Sport

TYLDESLEY Netball Club recently got the opportunity to support Superleague netball team Manchester Thunder at the Thunderdome in Gorton by being their ball patrol.

The opportunity is an annual event for the club whose aim is to ensure local netballers can gain inspiration by watching top level netballers such as Wigan’s own Sara Bayman.

Thunder are managed by ex-England netballer Tracey Neville and Tracey took time out to have a chat with the girls about their netball.

Tyldesley must have been lucky mascots as Manchester Thunder went on to beat Team Northumbria.

Emma Toone, head coach at Tyldesley. said: "What a great opportunity for these girls to watch Superleague and aspire to be high-performing netballers.

“The girls were a credit to the club in their behaviour and have been asked back to ball patrol again."

Tyldesley netball club are looking for new players of all ages and standard to train Mondays at Leigh Sports Village, 5.30pm-7pm for primary school children, 7pm-8.30pm for secondary school children and 8.30pm-10pm for adults over 16.

All sessions are £3.50.

Players can turn up and play.

Contact Emma on emmaheap@blueyonder.co.uk or 07900274802 to get more details.

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