Vitality Roses Kadeen Corbin and Gabby Marshall have been named in Saracens Mavericks’ leadership team for the new season.
Four players with over two decades of Vitality Netball Superleague experience will be stepping up for Mavs as they look to capture their third domestic title.
Alongside mid-courter Marshall, who is returning to the club for her fourth season, and shooter Corbin, who is gearing up for her third consecutive season since returning to Mavericks prior to the 2019 campaign, are defender Jo Trip and captain Sasha Corbin.
On her appointment into the leadership group, Kadeen Corbin said: “I’m excited to be a part of this leadership group for another year.
“It’s been a challenging year, but we have kept a pretty much the same squad with an exciting newcomer in the shooting circle, Ine-Mari Venter.
“As a team we are excited and raring to go, we want to put out some strong performances and be a serious contender in the Vitality Netball Superleague.”
Discussing the leadership group, Saracens Mavericks Head Coach Kat Ratnapala said: “This leadership group comes with a wealth of experience, character and true Mavericks.
“They show fantastic qualities on and off the court and I’m looking forward to continuing the journey they’ve started with us.”
Mavericks have named a number of England internationals in their squad for the 2021 campaign with Vitality Roses Jodie Gibson and Razia Quashie, who recently starred in the three-match series against New Zealand, signed up.
Roses Future Beth Ecuyer-Dale is also part of the squad, as well as 2019/20 Roses Academy athletes Bella Baylis and Aliyah Zaranyika.
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