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Salisbury student named England netball captain

Molly Hole from Salisbury playing netball

Published at 12:12pm 22nd January 2020.

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Molly Hole has been chosen to represent the country at Under 17 level.

The South Wilts Grammar School sixth former will be part of the Roses' age group squad at the Netball Europe Championship this March.

Molly's been picked as captain of the side for the tournament in Wales.

Molly Hole from Salisbury playing netball for Team Bath
Molly in action playing for Team Bath

England will play Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Switzerland in the competition - playing 4 games in 3 days.

Molly, who's 16 and plays for Weston Park Blades and Team Bath, is being well supported by her school to represent England: 

Head Coach of the England Under 17s Victoria Burgess said:

"Netball Europe is a fantastic competition for the girls selected to gain exposure and understand what it is like to represent your country.

"We have an exciting group of athletes selected and I look forward to seeing our young Roses develop and perform at the competition."

England won the tournament in 2019.

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