UoM Netballers selected for England Future Roses

University of Manchester Netballers selected for England Future Roses

Two University of Manchester students and our Head Coach, Taylor McKevitt, have been selected for the England Netball Future Roses programme. 


University of Manchester students, Amy Carter and Lois Pearson, have today been selected for the England Future Roses programme. Amy continues with her place in programme after a successful 21-22 season and Lois receives her first call up following an outstanding season so far with Manchester Thunder in the Vitality Netball Superleague. Also selected for the programme is our Netball Head Coach, Taylor McKevitt, a graduate from the University of Manchester and former sport scholar. Taylor’s selection comes off the back of two fantastic seasons for Strathclyde Sirens in the Vitality Netball Superleague.

The athletes join 13 other players that have been selected for the programme which has been designed with the specific objective of preparing a cohort of athletes to be ‘Roses-ready’ after the 2023 Netball World Cup. The programme seeks to maximise players’ preparation and conditioning and therefore develop them towards the Roses programme through exposure to high level training and international match play experience.

Further information from England Netball’s press release can be found here.



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