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April 30, 2020
COVID-19: Update from Welsh Netball (30 April)

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact across society – sport included – and netball in Wales is no exception. The suspension of all netball activity in Wales is helping to keep netballers, umpires, coaches and volunteers safe at this time, but it is also having a bit impact on the sport we all…

April 28, 2020
Wales Training Goes Digital

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown period has meant dramatic changes for every facet of our lives. Sport is no different, and while there may no Netball Superleague, netball club training or televised sport on at the moment, Wales’ elite netball athletes have been quick to adapt to the ‘new normal.’ This week, the Wales…

April 22, 2020
Sarah Lewis Appointed as Wales Assistant Coach

Welsh Netball is pleased to announce that it has appointed Sarah Lewis as the Assistant Coach for the Wales senior team. Sarah will join the management team led by head coach Sara Hale, fellow assistant coach Jenna Adamson and team manager Lavinia Baker. Sarah first became involved in coaching at international level in 2015 when…

April 15, 2020
Welsh Netball Board Nominations Now Open

Ahead of Welsh Netball’s 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) nominations have now opened for two positions on the Board of the National Governing Body. These positions are: Vice-Chair Vice-President (Non-voting) Nominations for these positions can be made by completing the form, downloadable by clicking the button below. Nominations should be submitted electronically and an electronic…

April 3, 2020
Llantwit Fardre Walking Netball Club: The Story So Far

Siân Ponting leads one of Wales’ most successful walking netball clubs, Llantwit Fardre Walking Netball Club in Rhondda Cynon Taff. Last year, she was nominated as a finalist in the UK Coaching Awards ‘Community Coach of the Year’ category for her achievements in establishing, growing and nurturing the walking netball community in her area. With…

April 1, 2020
Rhian Evans Wins Swansea Junior Sportswoman Award

It has already been quite the year for Wales and Celtic Dragons shooter, Rhian Evans who was awarded the title of Junior Sportswoman of the Year at the Swansea Sports Awards earlier this month. Evans, 18, has enjoyed a breakthrough year in elite netball where not only did she feature for Wales Under 21 against…