The Vitality Roses, English netball national side will take on Uganda She Cranes as part of the Vitality International Netball Series. The series will see a Vitality Roses side play the Uganda She Cranes in a three-game series, one at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham and two at the Copper Box Arena in London.
She Cranes, that has a hundred percent mark test series pass, carries into these Vitality Roses series such great energy and feeling of ‘Yes we can and shall manage’ good results against the English girls when the two meet on court with the first game coming on Wednesday 5th October. The Ugandans kicked-off with two first wins against Northern Ireland on 29th September at Blair Mayne Leisure Centre in Newtownards where they enjoyed double happiness. After the North Ireland victories, She Cranes gamed another two easy wins against Welsh Feathers to make it four wins for four matches played at their ongoing International Test Series over the weekend at House of Sport, Close Parc Morgannwg, Cardiff.
Bring on England:
The call is now on by coach Fred Mugerwa to his team to help bring down the Vitality Roses of England Netball. This will be the second time the She Cranes are facing England national team in International Series, with the first being in 2018. The Ugandans will want to overturn their previous poor results where they lost 3-0 to the English side as they prepared for the 2019 World Cup.
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, 5th October.
CopperBox Arena, London, 8th October.
Copper Box Area, London, 9th October.
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