2019 National Clubs U14 Finals preview

Oldham will be looking to make it a hat-trick of titles when the Under 14 National Clubs Finals, in association with the British Army, takes place this weekend.

The North West side stormed to victory in both 2017 and 2018, enjoying unbeaten weekends on both occasions, and will also want to match their U16s, who had a perfect record as they secured the U16 National Clubs title.

They’ll face tough competition though as the top 18 teams in the U14 age category from across the country come together.

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2018 runners-up Turnford, who have finished in the top six for the last four years, will be looking to go one better.

Hatfield, who narrowly missed out on a medal in last year’s competition, will be looking to make amends and secure a top-three finish this time.

Five other sides – Brigg, AP Saints, Grangetown, Yendys and Leeds Athletic – also return from the 2018 edition.

Meanwhile, Eagles, Team Matrix and Poole are also gearing up for the competition after they all last qualified in 2017.

Poole finished third back then after running out 21-16 winners against Turnford in the placings match.

Play starts from 9:30am on Saturday morning with coverage on the official England Netball website across the weekend.

The full list of teams competing at the 2019 National Clubs U14 Finals are as follows:

Turnford (2017/18)

Hatfield (2018)

Brigg (2018)

Market Harborough


AP Saints(2018)

Grangetown (2017/18)


Oldham (2017/18)


Eagles (2017)

Team Matrix (2017)

Poole (2017)

Lovell Titans Warriors


Yendys (2017/18)

Leeds Athletic (2017/18)


Previous Results

2018 Results

Oldham 28–11 Turnford – Oldham (unbeaten)

Woodley 29–22 Hatfield

2017 Results

Oldham 34–21 Chester – Oldham (unbeaten)

Poole 21–16 Turnford

2016 Results

Tameside 20–19 YWCA Bury

Turnford 6th

Oldham didn’t qualify

2015 Results

Oldham 23–21 Turnford

2014 Results

Ribble 23–22 Tameside

Turnford 7th

For more information and to keep up with the results over the weekend click here.

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