The U19 and U21 Netball Performance Leagues (NPL) return for another season as both competitions get underway on Saturday 7th December.
All 18 teams involved across both leagues (10 in the U19 NPL and eight in the U21 NPL) will take to the court at the University of Worcester Arena in a bumper opening round.
The upcoming season represents a fresh start and another opportunity to claim a coveted piece of silverware.
After narrowly missing out on lifting the trophy in 2018, Manchester Thunder won eight of their nine games and scored a league-high 528 goals to finish top of the U19 NPL table last season.
Meanwhile, Wasps Netball took the 2019 U21 NPL title after an impressive unbeaten campaign and will be determined to get their hands on the trophy once again.
It’s set to be another hotly-contested season in both leagues with some of the country’s most exciting and promising young netballers taking to court.
Everyone at England Netball wishes all of the teams the best of luck and a massive thank you in advance to all of our brilliant officials and volunteers for your hard work and support.
U19 NPL Competing Teams:
Leeds Rhinos U19, London Pulse U19, Loughborough Lightning U19, Manchester Thunder U19, Mavericks U19, North East U19, Severn Stars U19, Surrey Storm U19, Team Bath U19 and Wasps Netball U19
Bookmark the U19 NPL results and fixtures page to track your team’s progress.
U21 NPL Competing Teams:
London Pulse U21, Loughborough Lightning U21, Manchester Thunder U21, Mavericks U21, Severn Stars U21, Surrey Storm U21, Team Bath U21 and Wasps Netball U21
Bookmark the U21 NPL results and fixtures page to track your team’s progress.