Vitality Netball World Cup Preview: Peace Proscovia

Five Sunshine Coast Lightning players and Head Coach Noeline Taurua are headed to Liverpool to take part in the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019.

We spoke exclusively to Peace Proscovia about being selected as part of the Uganda She-Cranes and what representing her country means to her.

What Peace Proscovia had to say about representing Uganda She-Cranes in the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019

I feel blessed to be part of the She-Cranes team to represent Uganda, because it’s not easy to represent your country, especially when netball has grown to a level where there are so many good players

On life at the Lightning, heading into another Vitality Netball World Cup campaign

I feel humbled and blessed to be where I am right now, and my family is also more than happy for what I have achieved through netball.

It’s a joy.

On playing against her Lightning teammates:

It’s a challenge not only with me but when professional sports combines people from different countries and the time comes that you are no longer teammates, you are opposition.

You will use each other’s strengths and weaknesses.

The best place to learn [about] a person is in a competition.

What Is The Vitality Netball World Cup 2019?

The Vitality Netball World Cup is held every four years, showcasing the top tier international talent in the sport. This year the competition is being held in Liverpool in the United Kingdom.

Five Lightning players and Head Coach Noeline Taurua are participating in the VNWC19 – which is a ten-day tournament, beginning on Friday 12 July.

16 teams will compete, from four pools in stage one in a round robin format.

The teams competing are Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Uganda, England, Jamaica, Samoa, Fiji, Trinidad and Tobago, Northern Ireland, Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka, Malawi, Barbados, Singapore and Scotland.

How To Watch The Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 in Australia?

Channel Nine have the broadcasting rights in Australia with all games available to stream live and on catch up on 9 Now.

All Australian Samsung Diamonds games will also be shown live (or close to – depending on scheduling) on Channel Nine’s Wide World Of Sport.

The first Diamonds game will be shown on Friday 12 July from 8pm against Northern Ireland.

More Information on the Vitality Netball World Cup 2019 and the Suncorp Super Netball break.