England Netball Shortlisted for BT Sport Industry Award

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 20: Eboni Usoro-Brown of England Roses celebrates with team mates on the bench during the Vitality Netball International Series match between England Vitality Roses and Australian Diamonds, as part of the Netball Quad Series at Copper Box Arena on January 20, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images for England Netball)

The Official Shortlist for the BT Sport Industry Awards 2019 has been revealed, with England Netball making the shortlist for Sport Organisation of the Year.

England Netball has been shortlisted alongside British Rowing, European Tour, Formula E, Premiership Rugby and The FA.

Winners of the BT Sport Industry Awards 2019 will be announced at the industry’s biggest night of the year on Thursday April 25th at Battersea Evolution.

Joanna Adams, England Netball CEO said: “We’re thrilled that England Netball have made the shortlist for Sports Organisation of the Year in the BT Sport Industry Awards.

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“It’s one of the biggest sports awards in the world so it shows how far we’ve come as an organisation and the achievements we’ve made in the last year.

“After our success at the BT Sport Industry Awards in 2014, winning Governing Body of the Year, we’d love to be crowned once again.”

Alex Coulson, Managing Director of Sport Industry Group, said: “As the biggest commercial sport awards in the world, the BT Sport Industry Awards have always served as a fantastic barometer of the industry’s health and an indicator of emerging trends.

“This year’s shortlist provides yet more evidence of the highly resilient nature of sports, with clear signs that the industry has enjoyed a bumper year.

“It’s a powerhouse list that we will look forward to celebrating when the industry comes together on Thursday 25th April for what is the greatest annual commercial showcase in sport.”

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