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Netball: South Africa invited to Quad Series in London

The Spar Proteas will take part in the Quad Series in London in January

South Africa’s national netball team, commonly known as the Spar Proteas, has been invited to the Netball Quad Series to be played in January 2022.

England Netball has announced that it will have the Quad Series which will see them host South Africa, Australia as well as New Zealand. The series will be played from January 15 to 19 at Copper Box Arena in London.

The ‘Netball Quad Series’ was last held in London in 2019, which saw the Australian Diamonds crowned overall winners.

 “We are thrilled to be able to confirm the Netball Quad Series – one of the most anticipated international competitions in the global netball calendar. To host such respected international sides in London, and to bring such thrilling netball action to our fans, is incredibly exciting for everyone at England Netball,” Fran Connolly, CEO of England Netball, said.

“Continuing to operate and deliver elite netball during these times remains challenging and our thanks must go to the staff and players from Netball Australia, Netball New Zealand and Netball South Africa who have worked tirelessly to confirm this event.

“2022 is a year like no other for netball in this country, and as we rebuild our game following the pandemic and look ahead to defending our gold medal in Birmingham next summer, the opportunity to host such a compelling international competition means we can keep the spotlight firmly on our sport, build excitement for the year ahead, and continue to inspire the next generation of netballers to get involved in, play and follow our game.”

FIXTURES

15 January: England v South Africa

15 January: New Zealand v Australia

16 January: Australia v South Africa

16 January: England v New Zealand

18 January: South Africa v New Zealand

18 January: England v Australia

19 January: 3rd v 4th

19 January: Final: 1st v 2nd

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