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    May 9, 2019

Welsh Netball Summer Tests 2019

Welsh Netball is pleased to confirm that it will be hosting a
series of international netball test matches ahead of this summer’s Netball
World Cup.

In addition to the already confirmed visit of South Africa,
Wales will be competing against Malawi, Trinidad & Tobago and Grenada from
4 until 10 July in Cardiff. Wales will also host Northern Ireland (who will
face Malawi and Trinidad & Tobago) at this time.

Wales’ six games will take place at both Viola Arena
(formerly Ice Arena Wales) and the Sport Wales National Centre. The itinerary
of games is as follows:

Date Match Time Venue
Thursday 4 July Wales v South Africa 7.30pm Viola Arena
Friday 5 July Wales v South Africa 8.30pm Viola Arena
Saturday 6 July Wales v Malawi
Northern Ireland v Trinidad & Tobago
3pm
5pm
Viola Arena
Sunday 7 July Malawi v Northern Ireland
Wales v Trinidad & Tobago
3pm
5pm
Viola Arena
Monday 8 July Malawi v Trinidad & Tobago TBC Sport Wales
Tuesday 9 July Wales v Grenada 7.30pm Sport Wales
Wednesday 10 July Wales v Grenada 7.30pm Sport Wales

Tickets will start from £7 for concessions and £10 for
adults for the games at Viola Arena and then £4 for concessions and £7 for adults
for the games that take place at the Sport Wales National Centre.

There will be an
exclusive pre-sale window open for Welsh Netball members, starting tomorrow
(Friday 10 May) at midday.

Members will be sent an email with an exclusive link to
access tickets before they go on general sale. Welsh Netball members should
ensure that their email address is up to date on www.ourwelshnetball.co.uk so that
they receive this communication.

Tickets for all
matches will go on general sale to the public on Friday 17 May at midday.

There is a group discount of 20% on tickets bought in
multiples of 5 – so buy 5 get 1 free. Two-day passes will also be available for
the Wales v South Africa games and these also feature a 20% on the cost of individual
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