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Netball: London Pulse look forward to Copper Box tri-tournament

PUBLISHED: 12:00 05 December 2018

London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)

London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)

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London Pulse are preparing for their first outing at the Copper Box Arena as they host a tri-tournament next weekend.

London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)

The capital’s new Vitality Netball Super League franchise will take on Celtic Dragons and Severn Stars on Saturday December 15.

And they will be looking to make an impact ahead of the new Super League season which starts in January.

Chief executive officer Natalie Seaton said: “We have an exciting group of players, a strong squad and high hopes to challenge the top teams in our first season.

“We are also proud to say we have signed three players into the senior squad that have been a part of our Performance Pathway from the start.

London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)

“It’s great to be able to offer young athletes in London the opportunity to play netball. December 15 will be a big test for us. It will only be the third time the players have played together.

“They have been training extremely hard, so I am excited to see them play and put that work into practice.”

London Pulse launched in 2016 with an under-17 and under-19 squad and was awarded a Super League spot earlier this summer, when the under-19s finished first in the National Performance League.

The club has grown to also include an under-21 squad, as well as extending their delivery of the Performance Pathwa for London-based athletes.

London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)London Pulse begin the new Superleague season in January (pic Marc Morris)

To find out more about London Pulse and support them in their debut season in the Vitality Super League visit londonpulsenetball.com.

London Pulse Vitality Netball Super League fixtures:

Saturday January 5: Severn Stars (away, 3pm)

Saturday January 12: Celtic Dragons (home, 7pm)

Saturday January 26: Wasps (h, 7pm)

Monday February 4: Manchester Thunder (a, tbc)

Saturday February 9: Surrey Storm (h, 7pm)

Monday February 18: Strathclyde Sirens (h, 7.30pm)

Monday February 25: Benecos Mavericks (a, 7pm)

Saturday March 2: Loughborough Lightning (a, 6pm)

Monday March 11: Team Bath (h, 7.30pm)

Saturday March 16: Severn Stars (h, 7pm)

Monday March 25: Celtic Dragons (a, 7pm)

Sunday March 31: Wasps (a, 4pm)

Saturday April 6: Benecos Mavericks (h, 7pm)

Saturday April 13: Surrey Storm (a, 6pm)

Saturday April 20: Manchester Thunder (h, tbc)

Sunday April 21: Strathclyde (a, tbc)

Saturday April 27: Loughborough (h, 7pm)

Sunday May 4: Team Bath (a, 6pm)

*home matches at Copper Box Arena.

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