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Vitality Netball Legends Series Between England and Jamaica Postponed Due To COVID-19

The Vitality Netball Legends Series, which was due to take place at the end of January between England’s Vitality Roses and Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls, has been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic.

The announcement regarding the four-Test series, which was scheduled to start on January 22 was shared by England Netball on Monday.

Jess Thirlby, Head Coach of the Vitality Roses commented: “We are hugely disappointed that the series cannot happen in January, but with the extended restrictions to international travel between the UK and Jamaica, it isn’t possible for the fixture to go ahead as planned.”

“We would like to thank the Jamaican national team and the Vitality Roses for their collective efforts to plan and prepare for the series to date, and their support in making this decision.”

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