NETBALL SUPER LEAGUE Loughborough 86 Team Bath 52

Team Bath Netball Head Coach Asha Francis says her new-look Super League squad will have learnt a lot from their tough 86-52 opening defeat to an outstanding Loughborough Lightning side.

Lightning hit their stride straight away to race into a 23-13 lead after the first quarter.


CAROLINE MTUKULE teams up with new-look Team Bath

edited Caroline Mtukule Team Bath Netball 2023 129710Malawi captain Caroline Mtukule is thrilled to be bringing her defensive talent to the Super League for the first time after joining Team Bath Netball for the 2023 season.

After four Netball World Cups and five Commonwealth Games, Mtukule, who plays goal-defence and goal-keeper, has amassed a wealth of experience during a playing career dating back to 2004.


NETBALL Perfect Springboard for Stembridge's Bath

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Imogen Allison action! courtesy GARETH EVERETT

Team Bath Netball go into a massive March in positive and determined mood after emerging victorious from a pulsating Vitality Superleague derby at Severn Stars.

Momentum ebbed and flowed as the West Country rivals went toe to toe at the University of Gloucester Arena on Saturday but it was the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold – with South African star defender Phumza Maweni in their starting seven for the first time – who held their nerve in the closing stages to clinch a 48-45 win.


NETBALL Catling to captain Team Bath this season

Lily-May Catling teambathnetball Versatile defender Lily-May Catling will captain Team Bath Netball’s Super League team this season.

“To be voted in as captain by my team-mates is pretty special,” said Catling (pictured) who first joined the Blue & Gold as an Academy player before returning to the club ahead of last season.


NETBALL SUPERLEAGUE Team Bath 58 Surrey Storm 62

Kim Borger scoring

Team Bath ace Kim Borger shoots! image courtesy & copyright Clare Green for Matchtight

A strong second-half fightback saw Surrey Storm crash Team Bath Netball’s homecoming party and run out 62-58 winners in the first Vitality Superleague match at the Team Bath Arena in almost two years.

There was nothing to choose between the teams during the first quarter but the Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold managed to edge into a four-goal lead at half-time and briefly led by seven in the early stages of the third period.


NETBALL SUPERLEAGUE Team Bath 44 Loughborough 53

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TASH PAVELIN IN ACTION! Image Clare Green for Matchtight

Team Bath Netball were once again left to rue a run of goals against them in the final quarter as they lost 53-44 at home to defending champions Loughborough Lightning in the Vitality Superleague on Monday.

As was the case against Manchester Thunder two weeks ago Team Bath let the game get away from them in the last 15 minutes as a lethal Lightning side took the final quarter 18-8 to extend their unbeaten run.


NETBALL Stembridge pride in Team Bath character

Sophie Drakeford-Lewis versus Sirens BEN LUMLEY Head coach Anna Stembridge was proud to see her players show “grit and character” as Team Bath Netball began the 2022 Vitality Superleague season with a win against Strathclyde Sirens before being edged out in the game of the weekend against London Pulse.

The Haines Watts-sponsored Blue & Gold went into the double header in Birmingham managing some injuries within the squad and without international stars Serena Guthrie and Phumza Maweni.


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