England, United Kingdom
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The England Roses represent England in international netball competition. England are coached by Tracey Neville, and are captained by Ama Agbeze. At the end of the 2016 international season, the team were ranked 3rd in the INF World Rankings. Following the Netball World Cup, hosted by Australia in 2015 the Roses came home in 3rd following a defeat by New Zealand and the home nation, Australia, who went on to win the title.
England national netball team Wikipedia
England have appeared at every Netball World Championships since their inception in 1963. Most recently, the team competed in the 2015 Netball World Cup in Australia, finishing third. Their highest placing at a World Championship was second in 1975. They also earned a gold medal at the 2011 World Netball Series and three bronze medals from four Commonwealth Games campaigns.
International netball has been dominated by Australia and New Zealand, although England have had recent victories over both teams, as well as Jamaica, signalling their increasing competitiveness against other elite nations.Lyn Carpenter
Jillean Porter, former England Captain.
Tracey Neville (now Head Coach)
England Netball's Hall of Fame inductees are listed below by year inducted.
Mary French (née Bushell)
Rose Harris, MBE
Jean Perkins OBE
Kendra Slawinski OBE (née Lowe)
Pat Taylor MBE
Mary Thomas MBE
Margaret Cassidy OBE
2004Heather Crouch MBE
Gordon Padley MBE
2008Janet Wrighton MBE
2010Liz Broomhead MBE
Sheila Perks MBE
England's kits are currently supplied by BLK.