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England Netball lands new partnership with Sky

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky has signed a new four-year partnership with the England Netball governing body.

The agreement will run until 2020 and will result in Netball International Series and Netball Superleague fixtures being broadcast on Sky.

Coverage of the annual Quad Series, which forms part of the Netball International Series and is contested by England, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, will also be provided.

Every netball contest shown on Sky this season will be made available via the recently-launched Sky Sports Mix channel. The channel is accessible for non-sports subscribers at no extra cost.

Sky will show all home England international matches, starting with the three-game series against Jamaica, which begins tomorrow (Tuesday) and concludes on December 4.

The new agreement follows on from Sky’s coverage of the Superleague club competition. Sky’s coverage of the 2017 Superleague season begins on February 18.