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Netball Quad Series 2019]!! Live Stream Diamond’s team, calendar, result and how to watch in Australia

Netball Quad Series 2019: The Diamond team, its calendar, result and how to Watch in Australia

The Australian Diamonds will seek to continue their reign as the best netball nation in the world. As well as when the Quad 2019 series opens in England.The Quad series is a biannual event featuring Australian diamonds, New Zealand silver ferns, English roses, and South African proteas.

Since the inaugural series of 2016, Diamonds crowned winners four times. They will go to England as defending champions after beating the Silver Ferns 60-55 last September. The 2019 edition will be the last international tournament before the start of the World Cup in July.

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OR WILL THE QUAD 2019 SERIES BE PLAYED?

England will host the first series of Netball Quad in 2019. Elseover with the test matches to held in London and Liverpool. The series will be the last international competition before the 2019 World Cup.

Since 2017, the series has been held twice a year. The first event takes place in January , and then in September.

HOW TO SEE THE QUADS SERIES IN AUSTRALIA

The complete series of Quad will be broadcast live and free from England on Channel Nine and NineGem. But like all games in the UK, they will be broadcast first thing in the morning.

RESULTS OF THE QUAD NETBALL SERIES 2019

AUSTRALIA V SOUTH AFRICA: Diamonds defeat Proteas 62-45.

ENGLAND V NEW ZEALAND: The roses beat the silver ferns 54-41.

AUSTRALIA V NEW ZEALAND: TBA

ENGLAND V SOUTH AFRICA: TBA

NEW ZEALAND V SOUTH AFRICA:TBA

ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA: TBA

QUAD SERIES IS WORKING AS A WORLD Cup WARM UP

“The series is extremely important for our planning and gives us the opportunity to simulate the conditions of the World Cup. As well this¬†will play¬†in Liverpool,” said Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander at RSN927 in January.

“All Australian Diamond members responsible for their positions, no matter who they are, including the captain and vice-captain and probably the coach.”

“In general, everyone knows that the pressure on them is huge and we know we have depth and we have great young players.

“You have to earn the right to wear the golden dress, you do not get a test cap just by rotation and I say it very clearly.”

DIAMOND Squad

The Diamond team for the Quad Series 2019 is the same that won the Constellation Cup last year against New Zealand 3-1.

However, Lisa Alexander’s team will have an extra corridor environment as the coach explores his options before the 2019 Netball World Cup in July.

“We are taking five athletes to midfield in England in January so that we can continue to explore. Also evolve our combinations of players and our game plan as we head to the World Cup,” said Alexander on Netball. Australia.

“I was very impressed with our performance in the Quad Series and Constellation series. So I look forward to the month of January when we will compete again on the world stage. However, developing our game plans, and starting to really progress towards our Campaign of the 2019 World Cup. ”

Caitlin Bassett (C), April Brandley, Kelsey Browne, Courtney Bruce, Emily Mannix, Jamie-Lee Price, Kate Moloney, Gabi Simpson, Caitlin Thwaites, Gretel Tippett, Liz Watson, Jo Weston, Stéphanie wood

ROSES SQUAD

Helen housby, Chelsea Pitman, Geva Mentor, Jo Harten, Jade Clarke (VC), Eboni Usoro-Brown, Natalie Haythornthwaite, Serena Guthrie (C), Layla Guscoth, Rachel Dunn, Razia Quashie, Fran Williams

SQUAD FERNS SILVER

Ameliaranne Ekenasio, Maria folau, Maia Wilson, Gina Crampton, Laura Langman (C), Kimiora poi, Sam Sinclair, Whitney Souness, Karin Burger, Casey Kopua, Erena Mikaere, Jane Watson

PROTEAS SQUAD

Erin Burger, Izette Griesel, Maryke Holtzhausen, Danelle Lochner, Phumza Maweni, Bongiwe somi (C), Precious Mthembu, Lenize Potgieter, Karla Pretorius (VC), Shadine van der Merwe, Ina-Marie Venter, Zanele Vimbela