Ten of the England Roses’ Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning squad have been selected for the upcoming Netball Quad Series.
Head Coach Tracey Neville has named a 14-strong touring squad (including two training partners), which will be captained by Ama Agbeze with Jo Harten as vice-captain.
The England Roses squad selected is as follows:
|Ama Agbeze (C) (97 caps)
|Jade Clarke (150 caps)
|Kadeen Corbin (59 caps)
|Sasha Corbin (62 caps)
|Jodie Gibson (18 caps)
|Layla Guscoth (15 caps)
|Serena Guthrie (81 caps)
|Jo Harten (VC) (95 caps)
|Natalie Haythornthwaite (28 caps)
|Helen Housby (47 caps)
|Geva Mentor (132 caps)
|Chelsea Pitman (19 caps)
Coaches: Tracey Neville, Tania Obst and Colette Thomson
Training partners: Eleanor Cardwell, Natalie Panagarry
The world number two secured their best-ever finish in the Netball Quad Series earlier this year, finishing second behind the Samsung Australian Diamonds, and will be looking to build upon their momentum from their historic gold at the Commonwealth Games.
The Roses first head to Auckland on Saturday 15th September where they will face the New Zealand Silver Ferns, who they have beaten in four of their last six meetings.
The team then heads across the Tasman Sea to take on the Diamonds on Wednesday 19th September in Newcastle in a mouth-watering repeat of the Commonwealth Games final.
The competition comes to a close for the Roses in Melbourne on Sunday 23rd September when they take on the current world number five, South Africa SPAR Proteas.
The Roses will be in action on the following dates – all times are BST.
|Netball Quad Series 2 – 2018
|New Zealand Silver Ferns
|Sat 15th Sept – 5:00am
|Spark Arena, Auckland
|Samsung Australian Diamonds
|Wed 19th Sept – 10:30am
|Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle
|South Africa SPAR Proteas
|Sun 23rd Sept – 2:00am
|Hisense Arena, Melbourne
You can follow the England Roses on tour via our official Twitter account and watch every single match LIVE exclusively on Sky Sports.