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Ryland want fans to pack-out home clash

Bromsgrove Editorial 10th Oct, 2015 Updated: 17th Oct, 2016

RYLAND Netball Club are hoping for a big turnout at Bromsgrove School’s sports arena on Sunday (10.30am) as they attempt to clinch a third successive victory in Premier League Two.

The Bromsgrove side secured promotion last season and their winning habit has continued as they have recorded wins over Grangetown and Telstars.

Their superb start has also seen them move up to third in the league and head coach Amie O’Meara has now urged the people of Bromsgrove to get behind them as they prepare to host Premier Romans.

“We are hoping for a really good turnout this weekend,” she said. “We have got quite a few show-boaters in our team and they want to play in front of big crowds.

“It is also our first home match, so we are hoping to go out there and win.”


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