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    July 10, 2017

Wales U21 Look Ahead to Next World Cup Challenge.

Wales’ under 21 national netball team continue their campaign at the Netball World Youth Cup 2017 [NWYC2017] today as they take on Grenada at 3pm (GMT).

Wales have lost both games so far against old rivals England (final score: 69-23) and the fiery Fijians (final score: 35-48).  Wales won the last quarter of yesterday’s game against Fiji by 2 goals.  Wales U21 Captain Chloe James says the team are feeling positive and looking for their first win at today’s match against Grenada.  

“Despite the loss we finished yesterday’s game strong,” said Chloe James from Pontardawe.   “We want to take the strong finish into today’s game and fight for our first win.”

Catch live quarter time scores from Wales v Grenada at Welsh Netball’s Twitter (@welshnetball) orWelsh Netball’s Facebook page.  Follow the Wales U21’s World Cup journey at Welsh Netball’s Instagram (@welshnetball).  

Wales U21 will meet Trinidad & Tobago tomorrow at 3pm for their last Pool game.    

ENDS

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