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Premiership Rugby Side Wasps Launch Superleague Netball Team

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 01 / 16

Premiership rugby side Wasps "officially launched a new netball team and unveiled one of the top figures in the sport" as its new director of netball, according to RUNNING RUGBY. Tamsin Greenway, currently the coach of the England U21 team, has signed up for Wasps Netball as the team gets ready...

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