Netball is the only female only sport at the Commonwealth Games.
At the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, the top 12 teams in the world fought for gold with Team England making history by winning gold for the first time.
Throughout the seven matches in the tournament, Team England scored 450 goals with an 87.4% scoring accuracy. Goal shooter, Jo Harten, was the team's top scorer with 202 goals. The team was captained by Ama Agbeze.
Team England is currently managed by Tracey Neville. Tracey’s famous sporting family includes her brothers Gary Neville and Phil Neville who both represented England at football.
Netball sees two teams of seven players contest for possession, pass the ball and attempt to shoot for goal through 3.05m-high rings. It’s fast-paced and split-second decisions can make the difference between winning and losing.