Posted 11th Mar 2019

Blue & Gold seeking capital gains as they take on Superleague newcomers London Pulse for first time

The Vitality Superleague‘s most successful franchise takes on its newest tonight (Monday) when Team Bath Netball play their first-ever senior fixture against London Pulse.

Monday’s match at the Copper Box Arena is being televised live on Sky Sports Mix (centre-pass 7.30pm) and sees the Sitec-sponsored Blue & Gold looking for a victory to stay in touch with the top four, who all won over the weekend.

Pulse, who joined the Superleague this year, won their opening match of the season but have struggled since and are yet to claim a victory in their home arena. However, they pushed fourth-placed Loughborough Lightning close in their last game, narrowly losing out 56-51.

Tonight’s match is the first of four in 14 days for Team Bath, who are at home to Celtic Dragons on Saturday (March 16, 5pm centre-pass) – click here to purchase tickets.

Team Bath Netball are sponsored by Sitec and supported by partners Mogers DrewettSoldi and Netball South WestCenturion Chartered Financial Planners are supporting the team’s performance analysis and people development capabilities, Viper 10 are their Sportswear Supplier and Skins provide the team with compression wear.

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