TeamBath netballers Geva Mentor and Tamsin Greenway played a key role in helping the World 7 team beat New Zealand’s Silver Ferns in the New World International Netball Series.
Geva Mentor played at goal keeper for the World 7 team throughout the three-match series and collected the player of the match plaudit in the second contest, which the World 7 won to secure the series.
Fellow TeamBath and England player Tamsin Greenway played at wing attack for all of the second test and in the last two quarters of the third.
The World 7 team ran out 48-44 winners in the first game in Wellington and wrapped up the series with a 53-44 win in the second at Rotorua, before the Silver Ferns restored some pride with a 46-41 win in the final contest in Auckland.
The World 7 team collected the Taini Jamison Trophy for their series win.
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