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A new cohort of young Roses have been selected for the Roses Academy programme in 2022-23.

45 players were invited to a two-day selection camp after being observed in action for their respective franchises during the 2021-22 Netball Performance League season.

The following athletes have been selected to be part of the Roses Academy:

Name Club (2021-22 season) Position
Celena Appleby Prince Wasps Netball GK, GD
Darcie Everitt London Pulse GK, GD
Yomi Eza-Wilson* Manchester Thunder GK, GD
Victoria Fisher Saracens Mavericks GD, GK
Isabelle Eaton Severn Stars GS, GA
Josie Groves Saracens Mavericks C, WA
Freya Henshall London Pulse GS, GA
Lydia Hine Manchester Thunder WD, C
Isabelle Howse Leeds Rhinos WD, C
Harriet Jones Manchester Thunder GA, GS
Isabelle Kaye Wasps Netball C, WD
Sophie Kelly Surrey Storm GA, WA
Daisy Lees Manchester Thunder C, WA
Olivia Leslie Manchester Thunder GS, GA
Neve Marsden Severn Stars GS, GA
Phoebe Maslen Wasps Netball C, WD
Jessica Monthe Loughborough Lightning GK, GD
Emily Pawlett Manchester Thunder C, WD
Regan Peters Surrey Storm GA, WA
Isabella Phillips London Pulse GD, GK
Jade Popoola London Pulse GD, WD
Katie Rayner Manchester Thunder WA, C
Sophia Shalabi London Pulse WA, C
Anya Williams Manchester Thunder GA, GS
Ella Williams Team Bath GA, WA

*Subject to fitness

Further athletes have been invited into a September camp to be considered for selection into the Roses Academy.

Over the coming months, the Roses Academy will come together for regular camps in Loughborough, taking part in some friendly competition and the Europe Netball U17 tournament in early 2023.

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Roses Academy Head Coach Sheonah Forbes commented: “I’m excited to welcome this talented group of athletes onto this year’s programme and look forward to seeing the growth of our future Roses.

“The standard of young players in this country increases each year and it was great to see this on show at our two-day camp earlier this month.

“I’m really looking forward to working with this group and supporting their individual development both on and off the court with their respective clubs.”

Thank you to all our selectors, coaches within the franchises and local clubs for your support, and congratulations to all athletes selected.

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