Netball

July 2019

World Cup 2019: 8. Netball World Cup Final

3.0 6 x
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the final of the Netball World Cup from Liverpool. Analysis is provided by former England international and current Loughborough Lightning coach Sara Bayman.

World Cup 2019: 7. Bronze Medal Match

3.0 5 x
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the bronze medal match of the Netball World Cup from Liverpool.

World Cup 2019: 6. Netball World Cup: England v New Zealand

4.0 11 x
The Netball World Cup has reached the semi-final stage in Liverpool, and Hazel Irvine presents live action from the best of the semi-finals.

World Cup 2019: 5. Netball World Cup: Zimbabwe v Jamaica

3.0 4 x
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage from Liverpool of the pick of the day’s games, with expert analysis provided by former England international and current Loughborough Lightning coach Sara Bayman.

World Cup 2019: 4. Trinidad and Tobago v Scotland

4.5 9 x
Live action from the last day of the preliminary stages of the Netball World Cup from the M&S Bank Arena as Scotland face Trinidad and Tobago.

World Cup 2019: 3. Trinidad and Tobago v England

3.0 5 x
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage from Liverpool. Tracey Neville’s Red Roses are aiming to make home advantage count as they target a first ever World Cup success. Ama Agbeze provides the analysis.

World Cup 2019: 2. Northern Ireland v New Zealand

4.0 4 x
Stage two of the Netball World Cup continues. Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the pick of the day’s matches as Northern Ireland take on New Zealand at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool.

World Cup 2019: 1. Jamaica v England

3.0 7 x
Hazel Irvine presents live action as the second stage of the Netball World Cup gets underway in Liverpool. Expert analysis is provided by former England internationals Ama Agbeze and Sara Bayman.
February 2017
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February 5, 2017

Expired 3.0 27 x
Live coverage as England take on Australia in the International Netball Quad Series at the SSE Arena in London. The competition brings together four of the top five sides in the world rankings, with old rivals England and Australia joined by New Zealand and South Africa in the battle to be crowned champions.
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