COMPETITION: Nominate mascots for the Vitality Roses Reunited Series

This is an exciting opportunity for six England Netball members aged 7 – 11 to bag a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a mascot at the Vitality Roses Reunited Series this November and December! 

Due to COVID-19 protocols, all the mascots will act as flagbearers courtside as the teams walk out onto court, including being introduced to the crowd. Mascots and their parent / guardian will also be invited into the Roses VIP Lounge to meet two Vitality Roses and have their professional photo taken.  

You and the young netball fan in your life will win complimentary tickets to one of the three Roses Reunited matches. Plus, the junior member will get a 20-minute virtual Q&A with two Vitality Roses and an exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ gift pack. 

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Exclusive to England Netball junior members, there’ll be two mascot spots (one for each team with selections drawn at random) available for each match between the Vitality Roses and Jamaica Sunshine Girls: 

  • 28 November – Copper Box Arena, London 
  • 4 December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham 
  • 5 December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham 

You can nominate an England Netball member aged 7 – 11 years old to be a mascot.  

To enter the competition, you need to complete the nomination form in full before 17:00 on Thursday 18 November.  

Entrants must be aged 18 or over and will need to provide their name and email address, along with the nominated child’s.   

The winning entrants will be drawn at random on Friday 19 November from all fully completed entries and contacted by 17:00 on Friday 19 November.  

Enter the competition here. Full terms and conditions of the competition are available here.

There are still tickets available to see the Vitality Roses back in action on home soil on 4 and 5 December in Nottingham – buy here. 

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