Yasmin Parsons of Surrey Storm.

Vitality Netball SuperLeague Opener 2020

Surrey Storm have announced the re-signing of Vitality Rose Yasmin Parsons for the 2021 Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) season.

The 27-year-old has been with Storm ever since her arrival in 2015 and went onto win the VNSL title in her debut season having previously lifted the trophy with Team Bath three years prior.

Parsons has been a mainstay in the starting VII ever since, establishing herself as one of the standout mid-courters in the division.

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In 2020, the PE teacher started in all four of her team’s matches before the cancelation of the season. This followed a strong year for Parsons at international level.

Parsons gained led the Vitality Roses out at Netball Europe Open last year as captain and, last week, was called up to the squad for the upcoming test against New Zealand. She already has three caps to her name.

Parsons becomes Surrey Storms first signing of the 2021 signing window as the club gears up for the starting of the upcoming campaign in February.

Delighted to have re-signed, Parsons said: “I’m excited to be back with the Storm family for my sixth year with the club.

“It’s always an honour to put that duck egg blue dress on. This year is going to look slightly different with the absence of some legends who recently announced their retirement, but as a new team we are ready for the challenges ahead it’s the start of something new.

“I’m ready to get back on court with this team and to see what we are made of.”

Head Coach Mikki Austin added: “As a Vitality Rose and our Vice Captain, Yaz is such a key member of the team and what we are trying to build here at Surrey Storm.

“So to have her re-sign for next season and beyond is fantastic news. As one of the deadliest wing attack’s in the game, we are so excited to continue to work with her and develop her game.”

You can keep up to date with all the latest signing window news on the VNSL’s dedicated Transfers page or with their Twitter Moment.

Make sure that you get the news as it happens by following the Vitality Netball Superleague on Twitter and Instagram.

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