England Rose Laura Malcolm re-signs for Manchester Thunder for 2020 campaign
Laura Malcolm has re-signed for Vitality Netball side Manchester Thunder ahead of the 2020 season.
She was part of the team during the club's title win last year where she played a vital role providing strong leadership on and off the court.
The 28-year-old has also been selected as one of the 29 players on the England Roses programme come the new season.
Malcolm said: “I can’t wait to be back at Manchester, the atmosphere from the crowd at some of our games was the best I’ve ever experienced."
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In previous years Malcolm has played for Severn Stars but was part of the Thunder team when they won the title in 2012 and 2014. The 5ft 9 athlete plays centre, wing attack and wing defence.
Director of Thunder Netball Karen Greig added: “I am delighted Laura has re-signed. She proved last season to be a huge asset with her ability to cover all three centre court positions.
“She is an incredibly hard-working athlete and I am excited to see Laura develop further and for us to look at defending the title.”