Over the last week, people have been using social media as a tool to get their netball fix.
The Netball Family have found innovative ways to stay connected during this time through shooting challenges, home workout tips and sharing positive stories online.
We have pulled together the best bits shared on social media from the last seven days.
A back flipping Bee Netballer
From a downloadable tea party set to Obee poems and even a special obstacle course set by Gary Neville, social media was a hive of Bee Netball activity for all our U11s and their families on World Bee Day (Wednesday 20th May).
Feeling inspired, Esmee from Tameside Netball Club took the Nevilles’ skill challenge to the next level with a spectacular back flip finale!
— Tameside Netball Clb (@TamesideNC) May 22, 2020
All junior members (and their guardians) have also been emailed an exclusive Bee@Home Action Pack full of exciting activities to do at home or in the garden.
There was also a successful mini-series of webinars for teachers to help bring Bee Netball to life in schools.
“Don’t drop the ball on your mental health”
Monday 18th – Sunday 24th May was Mental Health Awareness Week and saw the launch of Sport in Mind’s latest campaign: “don’t drop the ball on your mental health”.
To reinforce this message of making sure you’re looking after your mental wellbeing during these uncertain times, the challenge was simply to complete 10 keepie uppies before nominating others as a reminder.
Thanks for the nomination, @EnglandHockey! 🏑
We nominate @englandcricket and @BritishCanoeing, as well as all our Netball Family to complete 🔟 keepie uppies and pass this on!#DontDropTheBall | @sportinmind https://t.co/h3kHRq8iyV pic.twitter.com/Zekdvn4660
— England Netball (at 🏡) (@EnglandNetball) May 22, 2020
Emotions of a netballer
This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week, in response to the coronavirus outbreak, was kindness.
The togetherness and unwavering support of the Netball Family towards one another is second to none.
This sums up the team spirit and togetherness of the #NetballFamily perfectly ☺️
What a lovely and thoughtful gesture, Ellie! ❤️🤗 https://t.co/auXii8LRqJ
— England Netball (at 🏡) (@EnglandNetball) May 18, 2020
Over on Instagram Stories, netballers – including Vitality Roses Eleanor Cardwell and Laura Malcolm – engaged with an ‘Emotions of a Netballer’ bingo card created by North Yorkshire Netball Development Officer Beccy Lewis.
Covering a whole spectrum of emotions (from pride to tears), many could relate to and said they had experienced a range of different feelings in netball.
After answering, netballers were encouraged to tag three people who had supported them and their emotions. However, Tyler-Sue said that there were simply too many individuals to choose from as the Netball Family is one big happy family!
Vote for the best British women’s sporting moment
There have been some sensational British women’s sport moments over the years.
Moments that made you hold your breath, move forwards right onto the edge of your seat and then jump up in jubilation – can you guess which golden event we’re talking about?
👀 BBC Sport are on the hunt for the best British women's sport moment!Some incredible moments to reminisce about in their list but we know our favourite 🌹🥇Vote here 👉 bbc.in/3cPyJdH
Posted by England Netball on Thursday, May 21, 2020
BBC Sport are currently running a public vote to decide the best British women’s sporting moment and you can vote for the historic 2018 Commonwealth Games gold here.
Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 shortlisted for prestigious award
Cast your minds back to last July and an incredible 10 days when the eyes of the sporting world were on Liverpool…
👥 6.07 million Brits ‘followed or attended’
🏐 160,000 inspired to play netball or more netball
🎟️ A record 112,000 tickets purchased
🌹 44,000 fan visits to the Rose Garden
What was your favourite moment from the Vitality @NetballWorldCup 2019? 🤩
— England Netball (at 🏡) (@EnglandNetball) May 23, 2020
And now, the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Sports Event of the Year’ at the Sports Business Awards 2020 with the winners set to be announced on Wednesday 16th December.
Make sure to return next week to see a comprehensive round-up of the most exciting netball content from the last week!