Three time bronze medalists, England, have become the latest side to announce their squad ahead of the Commonwealth Games.
There will be plenty of experience within Tracey Neville’s side at the Gold Coast. Eight of the twelve members of the squad have participated at a Games before with Geva Mentor about to participate in her fifth Commonwealth Games. This milestone will mean Mentor will have played at all but one netball event at the Commonwealth Games since its inclusion in 1998.
Elsewhere, Jade Clarke will be competing at her fourth Games whilst captain Ama Agbeze, Eboni Beckford-Chambers and Jo Harten will be representing the Roses for a third time on the Commonwealth stage.
Beth Cobden, Jodie Gibson, Natalie Haythornthwaite and Chelsea Pitman will be making their inaugural appearance at a Games this April.
England have enjoyed a good start to 2018 with a second placed finish in last months Quad Series. The Roses get their Commonwealth Games campaign underway against Scotland on the 5th of April.
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