Mia Ritchie recommits to Team Bath for 2020 Superleague season

Mia Ritchie has been the third player to recommit to Team Bath Netball for its 2020 Vitality Netball Superleague season.
The participant wore off the colors of the franchise studying in the University of Bath and has signed up for her consecutive season in Blue & Gold.
“It had been my dream to play Superleague netball when I first came to the University of Bath and I probably would not have believed it if you said I’d still be in the squad 11 years later,” said Ritchie on the franchise’s official site.
“The Team Bath dress has such a heritage and history. You never have for granted, sporting it and I’m delighted to have the chance.
“It is the only team I have played for in the Superleague and I pride myself on being a one-club woman.”
Team Bath dropped out to the Grand Final last season but proceeded to prevail Loughborough Lightning on the season’s final day within to take third.
They move in the use of the Vitality Roses head trainer and approach the coming season. Anna Stembridge can be excited by the re-signing of Ritchie and will probably be in charge of their Superleague outfit.
“Mia is a pocket rocket on the court and a fantastic individual who leads by example. She provides everything week on week in training to ensure that not only is she’s in the ideal shape but that her team-mates are ready also.”
The 2020 Vitality Netball Superleague season is going to be shown live using all the fixtures being declared on September.
The Champion will occur on February and all franchises carrying on the side which ended closest to them in the end of last year, Team Bath will face Loughborough Lightning at the Arena Birmingham.
To the negative of Stembridge, Rachel Shaw and the seasoned defender Eboni Usoro-Brown have recommitted Together with Ritchie and no player signings have been declared.
Netball is back on your screens in October with all the Fast5 All Stars Championship. We’ll cover all the turns and twists of the off-season as the Vitality Netball Superleague teams form their squads for the 2020 period, which you can follow Sky Sports.

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