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netball

a team game similar to basketball, played mainly by women
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Najwa, who will depart for Australia tomorrow, said it was hoped that her participation in the foreign club would pave the way for more national netballers to go international.
The day will include masterclasses from sports stars such as marathon runner Paula Radcliffe, who has a stadium at the university named after her, British tennis star Laura Robson and England netballer Eboni Beckford-Chamber.
IT may be her third Commonwealth Games, but the excitement has not worn off for netballer Ama Agbeze.
Before the World Cup, a Netball Youth camp was held in Walsall, with England netballer Ama Agbeze popping in to meet junior players.
McMahon is the first netballer to carry the Australian flag at a Commonwealth Games opening ceremony when she leads the team out onto Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
Keen netballer Saima Saeed (inset) is about to qualify at the firm
As well as a talent for music, Vicki is sporty like John and is a former Welsh international netballer.
Lydia, who grew up in Lindley, said it was great to go back to her old school and added: "I was inspired by my teachers at school to be the best netballer I could and I hope I can help inspire some of the stars of the future.
For the Darlington netballer to further her career, she had to leave the North East.
Mid-court defender Nia caught the eye of the judging panel as she represents Wales in both netball and football, and is a Celtic Dragon Netballer - Wales' elite netball side, competing in the Netball Super League shown on Sky Sports.
Human rights lawyer Marion Le, retired champion netballer Liz Ellis, former rugby union Wallaby Tim Horan, champion surfer Wayne "Rabbit" Bartholomew and former National Farmers' Federation president and executive chairman of PrimeAg, Peter Corish, were also made an AM.
A NETBALLER has bounced back after undergoing an unusual transplant.