NSL 2023 signing window round-up: where all Vitality Roses and Future Roses are playing next season

The signing window for the Netball Super League 2023 has now closed, and all squads are complete for the new season. 

This year’s signing window has been full of changes, especially for the Vitality Roses and Future Roses athletes, setting up some exciting NSL squads ahead of the new season which begins in February 2023. 

In particular, former Team Bath teammates Layla Guscoth and Sophie-Drakeford Lewis have signed for Mikki Austin’s Surrey Storm and most-capped Vitality Rose Jade Clarke makes the move from Leeds Rhinos to London Pulse. From the Future Roses squad, former Loughborough Lightning defender Ella Bowen has signed for the reigning NSL champions Manchester Thunder and Rhea Dixon has moved further south from Leeds Rhinos to last season’s runners-up Loughborough Lightning. 

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Here is a complete list of all Vitality Roses and Future Roses that are playing in the NSL for the 2023 season: 

All teams will kick off the NSL’s first round in the Season Opener 2023 at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on 11 February, seeing all clubs competing across an action-packed full day of netball. Get your tickets here. 

Several Vitality Roses are also playing overseas in Australia and New Zealand next season, with former Manchester Thunder champions Eleanor Cardwell and Laura Malcolm signing for Adelaide Thunderbirds in Australia’s Suncorp Super Netball league (Cardwell) and Trident Homes Tactix in New Zealand’s ANZ Premiership (Malcolm). 

Here is a complete list of all Vitality Roses that will feature overseas for the 2023 season: 

If you want to see the Vitality Roses and Future Roses in action during the NSL 2023 season, click to buy tickets here. Season Opener tickets are also now available to buy here.

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