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    February 26, 2019

Netball Europe Under 17 Championships to be Live Streamed

On Friday 1 March, the Netball Europe Under 17 Open Championships will get underway in Huddersfield and Wales will face their U.K. rivals as well as new entrant, the United Arab Emirates. In a great development for netball fans in Wales, this year’s tournament will be live streamed on Welsh Netball’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. 

Leading the squad to the European tournament will be Head Coach Rhian Davies. She will be joined by Assistant Coaches Emma Meredith and Jo Ricketts and Team Manager Anni Williamson. The squad has enjoyed a robust preparation for the Championships with warm-up games against Wasps and Mavericks U17 teams.

You can see the full schedule and squad list below:

Schedule:

Friday 1 March:

Wales v Scotland at 12 noon.

Wales v England at 5pm. 

Saturday 2 March: 

Wales v United Arab Emirates at 12 noon. 

Sunday 3 March:

Wales v Northern Ireland at 11am. 

Squad:

Name Club Home Area
Charlotte Jennings-Evans Hertfordshire Mavericks U17 Hertfordshire
Ellice Gallagher Mold North East
Esme Cornelius Central Netball Club Glamorgan Valleys
Georgia Hellerman Llantrisant Netball Club Central South
Josie Williams Rhosnesi Netball Club North East
Kathryn Titley Central Netball Club Central South
Lauren Francis Treforus Afan Nedd Tawe
Macy Morgan Leckwith/Eastside Central South
Megan Evans Loughborough Lightning U17 North East
Millie Carter Ystrad Mynach South East
Wiktoria Rejniak Merlins West Wales
Sienna Wilkinson Loughborough Lightning U15 Yorkshire
     
Non-Travelling Reserves    
Catrin Roy Llantrisant Netball Club Glamorgan Valleys
Iola-Belle Lake Llantrisant Netball Club Glamorgan Valleys
Allanah Heath-Drury Loughborough Lightning U15 Yorkshire

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