Vitality Roses

George Fisher

Goal Attack Goal Shooter

DOB: 30 September 1998
POB: Hertfordshire
Height: 1.88m
Club: Southern Steel
Test Debut: 6 October 2017
Caps: 22


Although synonymous with the shooting circle, George Fisher trialled many different positions before landing as a goal shooter and even dabbled in a range of other sports before deciding netball was for her.

"My biggest netball idol was always Jo Harten. She’s from just down the road from where I grew up and I thought she was so cool. Her style of play is awesome but I had to create my own style because I can’t copy someone else’s"

Like many of the Vitality Roses, Fisher says that her biggest influences in her career have come away from the court. She has praised early coaches, teachers and her family for the impact they've had on her, including Turnford Netball Club and the Titmuss family.

Fisher, though, never thought she'd even get one cap for her country when she first started playing the sport. In fact, she never had any long-term goals other than to just enjoy it.

Despite being rejected at Satellite trials when she was 12, she was selected for the regional team then got into England U17s at 14 and remained there until she was 15 / 16.

Representing the U19s and then U21s, including winning bronze at the 2017 Netball World Youth Cup in Botswana, Fisher then secured a place in the full-time Vitality Roses programme in 2017-18.

Her senior international debut came at Europe Netball in 2017 and she has since showcased her shooting excellence in further competitions, including the Vitality Netball Nations Cup in January 2020, the Vitality Roses Reunited Series in 2021 and Netball Quad Series in 2022.

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Major Senior International Honours

Vitality Roses debut vs. Scotland

6 October 2017