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Vitality Netball Nations Cup – Everything You Need To Know

The 19th January will see the first international event of 2020 get underway in Nottingham, England for the Vitality Netball Nations Cup. From who’s participating, to squads and how you can watch the games, we’ve got you covered. Find out everything you need to know below.

Participating Countries

England – Vitality Roses

Jamaica – Sunshine Girls

New Zealand – Silver Ferns

South Africa – SPAR Proteas

Fixtures

Date
Location
Fixture 1
Fixture 2
19th JanuaryMotorpoint Arena, Nottingham South Africa v JamaicaEngland v New Zealand
22nd January Arena BirminghamJamaica v New ZealandEngland v South Africa
25th January Copper Box Arena, LondonNew Zealand v South Africa England v Jamaica
26th January Copper Box Arena, London3rd v 4th Place Match1st v 2nd Place Match

How to Watch

The INF will be covering key moments from the Vitality Nations Cup on their Twitter, Facebook and Instagram channels.

See below for broadcasting information for your country.

In England all matches can be watched via Sky Sports and Sky Sports YouTube Channel.

In South Africa, all matches can be watched via SuperSport TV.

In New Zealand all matches are available live on Sky Sports NZ 3.

No games will be broadcast in Jamaica.

Umpires

UAPs
Cheryl Danson
Anne Abraitis

Umpires
Tara Warner
Gary Burgess
Anso Kemp
Jemma Cook
Jonathan Bredin
Kate Stephenson

Squads

England:New Zealand:
Eleanor Cardwell
George Fisher
Sophie Drakeford-Lewis
Kadeen Corbin
Natalie Haythornthwaite (Captain)
Laura Malcolm (Vice Captain)
Amy Carter
Natalie Panagarry
Jade Clarke
Chelsea Pitman
Fran Williams
Razia Quashie
Kate Shimmin
Stacey Francis
Bailey Mes
Ameliaranne Ekenasio (Captain)
Te Paea Selby-Rickit
Maia Wilson
Gina Crampton (Vice Captain)
Shannon Saunders
Kimiora Poi
Whitney Souness
Karin Burger
Phoenix Karaka
Michaela Sokolich-Beatson
Jane Watson (Vice Captain)
South Africa:Jamaica:
Ine-Marí Venter
Lenize Potgieter
Lefébre Rademan
Sigi Burger
Bongi Msomi (Captain)
Izette Griesel
Romé Dreyer
Khanyisa Chawane
Phumza Maweni
Shadine van der Merwe
Zanele Vimbela
Karla Pretorius.
Jhaniele Fowler (Captain)
Shimona Nelson
Shanice Beckford
Gezelle Allison
Jodi-Ann Ward
Nicole Dixon (Vice Captain)
Khadijah Williams
Shadian Hemmings
Shamera Sterling
Kadie-Ann Dehaney
Latanya Wilson
Shannika Johnson

World Rankings

The table below shows the participating countries and their current world ranking.

Country:INF World Ranking:
England3
New Zealand2
South Africa5
Jamaica4

To find out more information on the INF World Rankings, click here.

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