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McCall wants to show everyone what Sirens are capable of

Niamh McCall, one of Strathclyde Sirens youngest players, returns to the club for her second Vitality Netball Superleague Season.

Niamh joined Strathclyde Sirens in 2018 at just 18 years old, but despite being early on in her netball career Niamh has already been part of the U21 World Youth Cup team that achieved 8th in the World, represented Scotland at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and at the 2019 Netball World Cup in Liverpool. Niamh is also a Performance Scholar at the University of Strathclyde studying a degree in Sports Engineering.

McCall said: “I’m super excited to get back out on court for Strathclyde Sirens, and I’m looking forward to upping my game to the next level in the new season. I know we can all improve on our performances from last year and I’m excited to show everyone what our team is really capable of!”

Being a Siren is a reminder of my hard work and dedication to the sport, and I hope I can inspire others to also be the best they can be.”

You can watch Nicola McCleery in action for Strathclyde Sirens at the Season Opener 2020 – buy tickets now!

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