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Live Reporting

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  1. Northern Ireland beat Barbados in final group game

    Northern Ireland won a tight contest against Barbados by three goals to go through to a play-off for ninth place at the Netball World Cup.

    The Warriors beat the Bajan Gems 46-43 in Liverpool to finish fifth in Group F with what was their second win in six matches in the competition.

    Emma Magee scored 23 goals and Noleen Armstrong claimed 18 goals from 20 attempts for Dan Ryan's side.

    Northern Ireland came into the World Cup as the eighth-ranked team.

    The ninth and 10th place play-off will take place on Saturday, with Northern Ireland's opposition to be decided later on Thursday.

    Barbados, who had never lost to Northern Ireland before, will now take part in the 11th and 12th place play-off.

    Read the full report here.

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    Video caption: Northern Ireland's defensive solidarity saw them beat Barbados 46-43 at the 2019 World Cup
  2. South Africa to receive £57,000 bonus if they win title

    South Africa's netballers will receive a 1m rand (£57,000) bonus if they win the Netball World Cup in Liverpool.

    They will also receive a 500,000 rand (£28,000) bonus if they win silver, on top of their salaries.

    The Proteas have qualified for the semi-finals for the first time and are unbeaten in the tournament so far.

    "I think we need to reward great work when we see it and in this team I see greatness," said Netball South Africa's president Cecilia Molokwane.

    The squad will be the first South African netballers to earn such a large bonus.

    Read more on this story here.

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    Video caption: Netball World Cup 2019: South Africa dominate Scotland to remain unbeaten
  3. Skills of the Day: Big intercepts & reverse passes at Netball World Cup

    Watch the best skills from day six of the Netball World Cup, including 'beautiful' intercepts & reverse-bounce passes.

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    Video caption: Netball World Cup 2019: 'Beautiful' intercepts & reverse-bounce passes
  4. Meet the Parents: NetBallers host an impromptu parents evening

    The NetBallers find out more about the England players' parents by hosting an impromptu parents evening.

    Download and listen to the latest NetBallers podcast here.

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    Video caption: The girls bump into some proud families at breakfast and hold an impromptu parents evening
  5. England star & DJ Serena Guthrie talks The Wanted, Jay-Z & Beyonce

    Watch as England's Serena Guthrie talks guilty pleasure songs and more for the Match Day Mix.

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    Video caption: Netball World Cup: Match Day Mix with England's Serena Guthrie
  6. Get Inspired: How to get into netball

    Get Inspired


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    Video caption: Bran Nu Netball: A glimpse into grassroots netball in 2019

    Netball is a seven-a-side game where the aim is to score goals by passing the ball down the court and throwing it in your opponents net. Unlike basketball, players are not allowed to run with the ball - it is all about the passing.

    With the 2019 Netball World Cup taking place in Liverpool this summer, there's never been a better time to get inspired by the top teams and have a go at netball yourself!

    No matter what your fitness level is, there is a position on court for everyone. Netball is a semi-contact sport, so men and woman and boys and girls can all play on the same side.

    Take a listen to the Netballers podcast for more insights about all levels of netball, or take a look at our fun quiz which can tell you which position you play based on how you use your phone.

    Find a club in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland to get started!