Saracens Mavericks have procured the stunning double-signing of Ama Agbeze and??Jhaniele Fowler??with this months annual British Fast5 All-Stars contest.
Former England Roses captain Agbeze will make as the past years runners-up bid to move one step further in the Copper Box Arena her Mavericks bow live Sky Sports on Saturday October 12th.
Agbeze returned with London Pulse, although persistent injuries last year saw her omitted from Tracey Neville squad for this summers Netball World Cup.
The 36-year-old, that led England in January 2018, is just one of 2 All-Star picks for Kat Ratnapalas side.
Agbeze is going to be combined by the star-shooter Fowler, that will make her first domestic look on English soil of Jamaica.
The 30-year-old has represented that the Sunshine Girls because 2010, making 56 appearances and making awards in the 2010 World Netball Series and two Commonwealth Games.
She also featured in this Julys World Cup, where Jamaica could muster a complete.
Fowler currently plies her trade from Australia and has won back MVP awards for West Coast Fever, while also scooping the Player of the Year award.
Mavericks captain the side will be led by Sasha Corbin whilst Steph Collard, Jo Trip, Beth Ecuyer Dale, Paige McCalla, Georgia Lees and signing Chloe Essam will feature in the staging of the occasion.
The championship features 12-minute matches, an all-star five-point line and a Golden Buzzer Power Play at a afternoon of Netball.
Sky Sports is your home of netball and it yields to your screens shortly, beginning with all the British Championships on Saturday if they see South Africa in November while the Roses return to action under new coach Jess Thirlby.
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