Blue & Gold stars help England Roses secure Jean Hornsby Cup after Vitality Legends Series victory over Superleague All Stars
A quartet of Team Bath Netball players helped the Vitality Roses secure a 3-0 Legends Series victory over the Superleague All Stars and lift the Jean Hornsby Cup, named after the first black England Netball player.
Serena Guthrie co-captained the Roses and started all three games, with goal-defence Layla Guscoth lining up alongside her as England started the week with a 70-54 victory.
They followed that up with a 67-44 win on Friday before an England side with Guthrie, Guscoth and University of Bath sporting scholar Sophie Drakeford-Lewis in the starting seven wrapped up an entertaining week with a 55-43 success on Sunday.
Imogen Allison came off the bench to earn more valuable experience in the red dress, while fellow Blue & Gold star Summer Artman and University of Bath alumna Yasmin Parsons featured for the All-Stars.
Allison, Artman, Drakeford-Lewis, Guscoth and Guthrie will now return to training with Team Bath in the build-up to the 2021 Vitality Superleague season.