Mia Ritchie recommits to Team Bath for 2020 Superleague season

Mia Ritchie has been the next player to recommit to Team Bath Netball for its 2020 Vitality Netball Superleague season.
The mid-court participant wore the colors of the franchise whilst studying at the University of Bath and first has signed for the 11th successive season in Blue & Gold.
“It had been my dream to play Superleague netball when I came to the University of Bath and that I likely wouldn’t have believed it if you mentioned I would still be in the group 11 decades afterwards,” said Ritchie about the franchise’s official site.
“The Team Toilet dress has such a heritage and history. You never have for granted wearing it and I’m thrilled to have the chance.
“It’s the only team I have played in the Superleague and I pride myself on being a one-club woman.”
Team Bath missed out to the Grand Final last year but proceeded to prevail over Loughborough Lightning over the season’s final day to take third.
The season is approached by them with no existence of Jess Thirlby following her departure and then move in the use of the Vitality Roses head coach. Anna Stembridge is excited by the re-signing of Ritchie and will likely soon be in sole charge of their Superleague outfit.
“Mia is a pocket rocket on the courtroom and a great person who leads by example. She gives everything week in training to make sure that not only is she’s actually in the very best form but her team-mates are ready also.”
The 2020 Vitality Netball Superleague period will soon be shown live together with all the fittings being declared on September, 30.
The Champion will take place on February and all franchises carrying on the side which ended closest to them in the end of last year, Team Bath will confront Loughborough Lightning in the Arena Birmingham.
Alongside Ritchie, Rachel Shaw along with the seasoned defender Eboni Usoro-Brown have both recommitted on the side of Stembridge and as yet, no new player signings have been announced.
Netball is back on your displays in October using the Fast5 All Stars Championship. We’ll cover all the off-season’s turns and twists since their squads are shaped by the Vitality Netball Superleague teams for the 2020 season, which you are able to follow Sky Sports.

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