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  1. Netball World Cup 2019: Follow live TV and online coverage across the BBC

    You can follow the bullet passes, the long-bomb shots, defensive leaps and aerial intercepts of the Netball World Cup across BBC Sport - on TV, online and Connected TV.

    There are 16 teams, including Commonwealth champions England, Scotland and Northern Ireland at the Liverpool Arena, bidding to reach the final and lift the trophy on Sunday, 21 July.

    The tournament starts with the sides c ompeting in four round-robin groups from Friday, 12 July until Sunday, 14 July, and we'll be providing live text coverage of the the home nations' games on the opening weekend on the BBC Sport website.

    From Monday, 15 July when the competition reaches stage two of the preliminaries round, matches will be shown on TV with coverage hosted by Hazel Irvine, alongside former England centre-courter Sara Baymanwho will provide expert punditry. and an inside perspective of the Roses camp.

    You can watch the action on BBC Two, Connected TVs, the BBC Sport website and mobile sport app.

    Full coverage details can be found here.

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    Video caption: The Netball World Cup 2019
  2. What is Wales v South Africa and how can I watch?

    Wales face South Africa in two friendlies as the Proteas' prepare for the Netball World Cup which takes place in Liverpool on 12-21 July.

    You can watch live coverage of both games on the BBC Sport website and app and BBC iPlayer. Both matches will also available to view for 30 days after the event on iPlayer.

    Full coverage details:

    Friday, 5, July: 20:20-21:55 BST

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into netball?

    Get Inspired


    What is netball?

    Netball is a seven-a-side game where the aim is to score goals by passing the ball down the court and throwing it in your opponents net. Unlike basketball, players are not allowed to move/run/dribble with the ball. It is all about the passing.

    Is it for me?

    No matter what your fitness level is, there is a position on court for everyone. Netball is a semi-contact sport, so men and women and boys and girls can all play on the same side. There's also a strong sense of friendship and team-bonding within netball teams.

    Take a listen to the Netballers podcast for more insights about all levels of netball.

    How do I start?

    Find a club in England,Wales,Scotland or Northern Ireland to get started (or return to the sport you used to play).