Posted 6th Aug 2018

Team Bath Netball Futures Pathway players invited to attend Roses Academy Summer Camp

Four Team Bath Netball Futures Pathway players have been invited to attend the England Roses Academy Summer Camp later this month after impressing selectors with their performances at the recent NPL Tournament in Nottingham.

Hannah Passmore (pictured top) and Rachael Fee, who train at the Bristol and Exeter Hubs respectively, will attend the U19 camp from August 27-31.

Mia Regan and Molly Hole, of the Bristol and Dorset Hubs respectively, will attend the U17 camp on the same dates, while Rosie Barlett (Cornwall) and Sophie Ewin (Exeter) have been invited to the Roses Academy selection day in that age group on August 31.

Athletes who impress during the camp and on selection day will be picked for the Roses Academy for the 2018-19 season.

The Team Bath Netball Futures Pathway, developing talented young netballers right across the South West region, is supported by Soldi, a construction and development company based in Radstock.

Click here for more information about the Futures Pathway.

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