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Summary

  1. Coverage provided by Netball Europe
  2. England 72-50 Wales
  3. Scotland 45-46 Northern Ireland
  4. England retain their Europe Open Championships title
  5. Northern Ireland win silver, whilst Scotland win bronze

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. What are the Netball Europe Open Championships?

    It is an annual round-robin European championships that features Wales, England, Northern Ireland and Scotland and an invitational side, who are Fiji this year.

  2. Netball Europe fixtures & coverage

    Times are BST and subject to late changes.

    Thursday, 5 October

    Fiji 34-52 Scotland

    Wales 46-47 Northern Ireland

    Friday, 6 October

    England 61-48 Scotland

    Fiji 40-61 Wales

    England 75-44 Northern Ireland

    Saturday, 7 October

    Fiji 46-58 Northern Ireland

    Wales 49-58 Scotland

    England 94-31 Fiji

    Sunday, 8 October

    Scotland 45-46 Northern Ireland

    England 72-50 Wales

  3. Walking netball: "Once you've walked through that door, your life will change."

    Trying to remember the last time you played netball?

    For most of us, it's probably back in our school days.

    But, fear not! Whatever your age, ability or fitness level, you can get back into netball.

    These ladies have, and they absolutely love it!

    Walking netball session in Stockport, Greater Manchester
  4. Get Inspired: How to get into Netball

    Do you want to join over 156,000 women every week who play the fastest-growing and most popular team sport for women in the world?

    There are various ways to get into netball wherever you live in the UK. The traditional game involves seven players on each side, and the most important elements are balance, coordination and teamwork.

    To find a club and loads more information, visit the BBC Get Inspired web page here.

    Cookey
    Image caption: England international Pamela Cookey captained her country and earned 114 caps before retiring in 2015.