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  Women's Netball Tuesday 25 March 2003  
Football has overtaken Netball as the number one team sport for women in the U.K. So, is the end nigh for Netball?

We hear comments from people at the West Way Leisure centre. Then Pauline Harrison, Chief Executive of the All England Netball Association, and Michelle Malakouna, a former Cambridge Blues Netball Player who now plays Football, join Jenni to discuss where netball is heading.
Do you think Netball is a dying sport?
Send us your views

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