Vitality Roses Test Series vs Uganda She Cranes

England Netball have announced that they will host the Uganda She Cranes, as part of a Vitality Netball International Series, to be held in October 2022.

The current world ranked number seven side will travel to England to play a Vitality Roses side in three test matches, one at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on Wednesday 5 October and two at London’s Copper Box Arena on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October.

Fran Connolly, CEO of England Netball, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming the Uganda She Cranes to England in the Autumn in what promises to be a brilliant series of netball. Uganda are always a highly competitive side and we can’t wait to host them on home soil in front of fans.

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“This series will be a great test for our Vitality Roses programme as we embark on the new international season with an eye on the future and press on with our preparations for the World Cup next summer in South Africa.”

Sky Sports broadcast details for this will be announced in due course.

Tickets to the Vitality Netball International Series will go on general sale from 8am on Tuesday 19 July.

England Netball members can buy tickets in an exclusive pre-sale window from 8am on Monday 18 July, with a 10% discount*. England Netball members will be emailed directly with a link to purchase priority tickets.

Vitality Netball International Series: Vitality Roses vs. Uganda She Cranes:

Wednesday 5 October, FCP 7pm– Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

Saturday 8 October, FCP 4pm – Copper Box Arena, London

Sunday 9 October, FCP 2pm– Copper Box Arena, London

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*Member discount where applicable.

Tickets for the series are now available to purchase here.

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