Wales Netball will be hosting Isle of Man, Republic of Ireland and Gibraltar in a Quad Series this weekend at the Ebbw Vales Sports Centre.
The six match test series will see all the teams compete from the 14th – 16th January, battling it out for the Wendy White Trophy.
Wales will also be looking to increase their chances of qualifying for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. They currently sit in 9th in the World Netball World Rankings (as of 21st December 2021), and they will need to stay within 7th and 12th in the rankings after the annual update takes place on the 31st January in order to be invited in February 2022 to participate in the games.
Here is the full schedule:
|Friday 14th January||Gibraltar vs Isle of Man||17:30|
|Friday 14th January||Wales vs Republic of Ireland||19:30|
|Saturday 15th January||Gibraltar vs Republic of Ireland||16:00|
|Saturday 15th January||Wales vs Isle of Man||18:00|
|Sunday 16th January||Republic of Ireland vs Isle of Man||12:00|
|Sunday 16th January||Wales vs Gibraltar||14:00|
Due to the current COVID restrictions in Wales this event will be played behind closed doors.
Wales Netball will be streaming the games live on their website, here, and their Facebook page, here. Please not the streams won’t be in place until the day of the match.
For more information on the Umpires selected for the event, click here.