Netball World Cup 2023: Watch the draw live as England learn group opponents for South Africa tournament | Netball News


Watch the Netball World Cup 2023 draw live from 6pm via the stream below as nations learn their groups for the first leg of next summer’s tournament in South Africa, which will take place live on Sky Sports from July 28 to August 6.

Last update: 11/30/22 2:37 p.m.

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DIRECT! Netball World Cup draw – Watch live from 6 p.m.

DIRECT! Netball World Cup draw – Watch live from 6 p.m.

Preparation for the 2023 Netball World Cup starts here!

Watch the draw live from 6 p.m. via the stream above as nations learn their groups for the first leg of next summer’s tournament in South Africa, which will be shown entirely live on Sky Sports from July 28 to August 6.

The draw will confirm the four groups into which the 16 teams will be divided.

The top eight teams – according to their world rankings – have already been seeded into their groups, with Australia and Tonga in Group A, England and Malawi in Group B, South Africa and Jamaica in Group C, and New Zealand and Uganda in Group D. .

There are two places left in each of the four groups, which will be decided tonight from 6 p.m.

England's Vitality Roses suffered a 56-48 loss to the Australian Diamonds in the second Test as the hosts claimed victory in the series.

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England’s Vitality Roses suffered a 56-48 loss to the Australian Diamonds in the second Test as the hosts claimed victory in the series.

England’s Vitality Roses suffered a 56-48 loss to the Australian Diamonds in the second Test as the hosts claimed victory in the series.

England confirm Jamaica series amid World Cup preparations

The Vitality Roses will host Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls in England over the New Year for a three-match Test series as they continue their preparations for the Netball World Cup in South Africa next summer.

The series kicks off in Manchester at the AO Arena on Wednesday January 11 before the teams travel to London’s Copper Box Arena for back-to-back matches on Saturday January 14 and Sunday January 15.

Jamaica are currently ranked third in the world, one place ahead of England, after winning a historic silver medal at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

It will be the first time the Vitality Roses have played in the North West of England since the 2019 Vitality Netball World Cup in Liverpool. It will also be the team’s first international game in Manchester since November 2016, when they also faced Jamaica.




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