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The end of the 2019 Vitality Netball Superleague is upon us and what a season it has been!

Results have been unpredictable, performances have been exceptional and teams have had to dig deeper than ever before to ensure they secure the three points week in, week out.

The excitement and levels of drama this season have meant that voting for the end of season awards has been closer than ever.

The majority of award winners will be announced live at the Grand Final on Saturday 18th May but as a special treat for all netball fans, we are delighted to announce the Vitality Netball Superleague All Star VII.

The All Star VII is made up of outstanding players who have put in superb performances over the course of the season and has been voted for by all teams within the Vitality Netball Superleague.


SAM COOK – Severn Stars

Sam Cook has caught the eye of her fellow players and national press with her excellent performances throughout the season with her ability to check the opponent’s shot a standout feature of her game. A shining star in her side’s season, Cook helped keep some of the league’s best attacks at bay and was deservedly named Vitality Player of the Month for April.


JO TRIP – Saracens Mavericks

The formidable defender has been a key figure in one of the league’s best defences. Athletic and versatile, she loves an intercept and brings the ball through well. Her skills in the defending third are feared by attacking players throughout the league.


NATALIE PANAGARRY – Loughborough Lightning

Loughborough Lighting’s captain has been a standout player in a season which culminated in a top-four finish for the Midlands side. Not only has Nat been rewarded with an appearance in the team of the season but also with nominations for the Vitality Player of the Year and the Fans’ Player of the Year!


SERENA GUTHRIE – Team Bath Netball

On her return from Australia, the Vitality Roses star has been lighting up the court. A driving force in the mid-court, she radiates energy and has excellent leadership qualities, inspiring those around her. She’s demonstrated exactly why she’s regarded as one of the world’s best players.


LIANA LEOTA – Manchester Thunder

Quick and creative, Leota’s play-making skills show she is one of the best wing attacks in the business. Not only that, her experience and leadership skills have made her instrumental in Thunder making the top four this year.


KALIFA MCCOLLIN – Celtic Dragons

The Trinidad and Tobago international has been a key figure in Celtic Dragons’ most successful Vitality Netball Superleague season in recent years. A vibrant and athletic player, her consistent shooting accuracy have helped fire her team up the league and secure a first-ever appearance at the British Fast5 All-Stars Championship.


RACHEL DUNN – Wasps Netball

The Vitality Roses star has been highlighted as playing some of the best netball of her career by pundit and former coach Tamsin Greenway. She’s played a pivotal role in leading Wasps’ charge for a third consecutive title with her sharp shooting and cool-headedness helping to change games.


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