Erin Bell will join Manchester Thunder for British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship

Erin Bell, the Aussie Diamond, will join Manchester Thunder for Its British Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship.

The competition, which is live on Sky Sports on October 12, is renowned for bringing in high profile players and the announcement of Bell’s coming sets the tone for this season’s championship.
The older shooter won ANZ Championships with Adelaide Thunderbirds and NSW Swifts, also played Collingwood Magpies before retiring at the end of 2018.
She’s no stranger to netball with headed the national side and she will be a part of a 10-strong Thunder squad that will contest at the Thunder Box Arena for its Fast5 Netball All-Stars Championship name.
“Erin is among these netballers any coach would like to work with – passionate, experienced and also a proven winner”, said Karen Greig, Manchester Thunder’s manager of netball.
“She defines All-Star so I am thrilled to have signed her to this year’s Fast5 championship at the Copper Box. I can not wait to watch her on court at the yellow and black ”
The championship features an line, 12-minute games along with a Golden Buzzer Power Play that the tournament is an afternoon of netball.
Wasps Netball will be looking to defend their crown at the Copper Box Arena and enthusiasts will eagerly awaiting All-Star signings over the coming weeks.
Sky Sports is the home of netball and it yields to your displays beginning with all the British Championships on Saturday whenever they see South Africa in November, while the Roses return to activity under trainer Jess Thirlby.

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