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Fan favourite Proscovia Peace to remain at Surrey Storm in 2024

Surrey Storm fan favourite and Uganda She Crane Proscovia Peace will enter her third season with Surrey Storm.

Goal Shooter Peace was the Netball Super League’s (NSL) leading shooter for much of 2023 and helped propel Storm into the top four in 2023 for the first time in seven years. In May, she withdrew from the squad on medical grounds.

The previous year the Ugandan International was awarded the Gilbert Golden Shot award and was the Top Goal Scorer with 853 goals. That same year she was named the starting GS in the All-Star VII, as voted for by all the NSL clubs.

Her accolades at international level include playing at the 2015 and 2019 Netball World Cup as well as 2018 and 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Her previous clubs include Loughborough Lightning in the NSL and Sunshine Coast Lightening in Australia.

On remaining at Storm, Peace said: “Having played two seasons for Storm there is no other place I would have asked to be at than Storm. I’m grateful for another opportunity to play for the side.”

Head Coach, Mikki Austin said: “We are incredibly excited to re-sign Peace for her third season at Surrey Storm.

“Peace is a world class shooter who was formidable last season, until she stepped away just before finals.

“We are thrilled that Peace will continue in our club colours, and we look forward to build on the inroads made as a team to progress further as well as her individual league leading goal tally.”

Peace is the final player to be confirmed in Surrey Storm’s squad of 12 for the 2024 season and she will join her Uganda teammate, Haniisha Muhammed who will play in England for the first time.

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

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