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London Pulse announce VNSL2019 squad

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London Pulse have announced their squad ahead of the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague – their inaugural eason in the competition.

England captain Ama Agbeze headlines the London-based side’s line-up.

Jamaican international Shantal Slater – formerly of Team Bath and Sirens –  is another big-name addition for Pulse, along with Malawi’s Loreen Ngwira and youngster Chiara Semple – both of whom featured for Team Northumbria last term.

They will be joined by Manchester Thunder duo Bea Skingsley and Taylor Cullen, former Surrey Storm and Mavericks shooter Ashleigh Neal, and ex-England international Chioma Matthews.

Brie Grierson has also made the switch from Loughborough Lightning, while Fionnuala Toner, Honor De Winton and Frankie Wells are also on board, along with Olivia Tchine, who has climbed through the youth ranks.

London Pulse kick off the 2019 season on Saturday 5th January against Severn Stars – get your squad together and head to Super 10!

London Pulse Squad

Ama Agbeze
Ashleigh Neal
Shantal Slater
Loreen Ngwira
Chiara Semple
Bea Skingsley
Taylor Cullen
Chioma Matthews.
Brie Grierson
Fionnaula Toner
Honor De Winton
Frankie Wells
Olivia Tchine
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