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The best of Twitter week: 2

Another week has gone by and we’ve seen even more excellent content from players, fans and teams across the league. The way the netball family has come together in testing times continues to inspire, motivate and bring joy across all social media platforms.

Here is a look back at the best bits from the last seven days.

#StayAtHome

Manchester Thunder put out their rallying cry to stay home and help save lives with a little help from an up and coming director – Laura Malcolm. Although they can’t be on the court together, Manchesther Thunder have found a way to be connected through netball and get out a vitally important message.

 

Wasps Netball getting together as friends and ensuring that they stay connected through this time.

 

Meanwhile, it was quiz night for Saracens Mavericks on Sunday!

 

Social Distancing stars!

Kadeen and Sasha Corbin proving that you don’t have to be within a few metres of each other to get the netball out. Check out this pass!

Get to know Nat Panagarry

Loughborough Lightning have been using this time for fans to get to know some of their players, including Vitality Rose Nat Panagarry. Her is a quick-fire question and answer session with the Lightning captain:

 

Stay At Home Shootout

Now at the semi-final stage, the competition is hotting up!

Nia Jones, a star in the making

One of the highlights of the Stay At Home Shootout has been Nia Jones. Sadly Nia was knocked out in the quarter-final but memories of her videos will live on! We need more videos from Nia…

 

When fans steal the show

There have been incredible efforts by netball fans around the country over the last week and here are just a few of the highlights…

 

Working together

With families coming together in social distancing measures Dee Bolakoro of Celtic Dragons has been training as hard as ever, but with a little bit of help from her daughter.

 

Sirens launch Tik Tok

Having never been a team to shy away from being innovative and doing things differently, Strathclyde Sirens have become the first side to launch their own Tik Tok channel. If the first post is anything to go by, they will definitely worth following

 

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