Imogen enhanced her status as one of England’s most promising young players during an outstanding first year with Team Bath Netball and will be looking to build on that in the 2018 season. Having already gained Superleague experience with former club Yorkshire Jets, Imogen moved to the University of Bath in September 2016 to study Sports & Exercise Science – her development as both a student and athlete is being supported by a King Scholarship. She was named in the Team Bath Superleague squad that year and saw off fierce competition to become a regular starter at wing-defence, helping Eboni Beckford-Chambers and Layla Guscoth establish the best defence in the 2017 competition. Imogen then helped England U21s win bronze at the 2017 Netball World Youth Cup in Botswana before reaching the final of the inaugural British Fast5 All-Star Championships with the Blue and Gold.
- Date of birth: 24/4/1998
- Height: 180cm
- Occupation: Student, University of Bath
- Previous clubs: Yorkshire Jets
England U17 – Netball Europe; England U21 – World Youth Cup
- Major honours: 2017 Netball World Youth Cup bronze medal
- Twitter: @imoallison