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London Pulse confirm Netball Super League squad for 2024 season

Following a breakthrough year that saw them reach their first Netball Super League (NSL) Grand Final, London Pulse have announced their new squad for the 2024 season.

Amongst the squad include a host of senior internationals and two Commonwealth Youth Games bronze medallists who have risen up through the Pulse pathway.

Fresh from the Netball World Cup where they won a historic silver medal with the England Roses, Jade Clarke, Funmi Fadoju, Olivia Tchine and Halimat Adio all return alongside England prospects Zara Everitt, Alicia Scholes and Berri Neil.

Joining the side from the tournament in Cape Town, Goal Attack Nicholé Taljaard from the South Africa Proteas and Wing Defence Jeresia McEachrane from Trinidad and Tobago’s Calypso Girls.

After three seasons with the NSL’s newest franchise, Leeds Rhinos, Brie Grierson has made the move from Yorkshire down to London to strengthen their depth in attack.

The final two spots are taken by two of Pulse’s youngest prospects. Darcie Everitt, who captained England to third place at the Commonwealth Youth Games and was a Training Partner for London Pulse in 2023, moves into the main squad of 12 alongside U19 Netball Performance League winner Isabella Phillips.

Franchise Director and Head Coach Sam Bird commented: “I am so excited about the squad we have put together for the new season. We have kept the core of our history-making 2023 team and added to it with world class talent in key positions.”

“In keeping with our club ethos I am also delighted to have been able to offer places in this squad to two hugely talented youngsters from within our own pathway in Darcie and Isabella. I truly believe we have a squad that can take us one step further this season and I cannot wait to get started.”

London Pulse NSL 2024 Squad

  • Alicia Scholes (C, WA)
  • Berri Neil (GA, GS)
  • Zara Everitt (WD, GD)
  • Halimat Adio (GD, GK)
  • Olivia Tchine (GS, GA)
  • Funmi Fadoju (GD, WD)
  • Jade Clarke (C, WA)
  • Isabella Phillips (WD, GD)
  • Darcie Everitt (GD, GK)
  • Jeresia McEachrane (WD, GD)
  • Nicholé Taljaard (GA, GS)
  • Brie Grierson (WA, GA)

London Pulse have also confirmed their training partners for the season ahead, with 2023 Severn Stars player Chloe Essam joining alongside Pulse U21 pathway players Isla May and Jada Autumn.

You can keep up to date with all the 2024 squads and signings here.

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