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The upcoming season of the Vitality Superleague promises to be one of the most exciting yet, and we are keeping tabs on all the moves as the squads are finalised. Charlie Blackmon Jersey . With three new franchises and team rosters trimmed from 15 to 12 players, the new Superleague season should be more competitive than ever when it gets underway in February.With coaching changes, new directors of netball and a whole host of player announcements, we have put together an Ins and Outs guide as preparations for the new season draw ever closer. All new Superleague for 2017 Severn Stars, Scottish Sirens and Wasps join Vitality Superleague Scottish Sirens, Severn Stars and Wasps Netball are all building from scratch and have hit the ground running while two-time defending champions Surrey Storm have players to replace and a title to defend.Manchester Thunder and Hertfordshire Mavericks will hope to finally get over the barrier having come so close in recent seasons.And Team Bath and Loughborough Lightning are looking to push on while Celtic Dragons and Team Northumbria will look to improve on last seasons showings.Heres how the squads are shaping up ahead of the 2017 season... Live netball with Sky Tickets Watch England in 2016 and 2017 with Sky Tickets CELTIC DRAGONSCoaching team - Trish WilcoxPlayers In - Stacey Peeters (Southern Steel, NZ), Kalifa McCollin (Trinidad & Tobago), Suzy Drane, Kelly Morgan, Kyra Jones, Sara Bell, Bethan Dyke, Eleanor Roberts (returning), Fern Davies, Lydia Hitchings, Leila Thomas and Lois RideoutPlayers Out - Becky Oatley (Severn Stars), Georgia Rowe (Team Northumbria)HERTFORDSHIRE MAVERICKS Former Southern Stings coach Robyn Broughton will lead the Mavericks into the new season Coaching team - Robyn Broughton (Director of Netball, Head Coach), Kat Ratnapala (Assistant Coach), Camilla Buchanan (Assistant Coach)Players In - Lindsay Keable, Sophie Hankin, Summer Artman, Michelle Drayne, Vicklyn Joseph (all returning), Ashleigh Neal (Demons, Aus), Keshia Grant (NZ), Rose Morgan-Smith (-), Sophie Drakeford-Lewis, Razia Quashie (both Surrey Storm NPL), Zara Everitt, Halimat Adio (both Hertfordshire Mavericks NPL)Players Out - Sam May, George Fisher (Wasps), Layla Guscoth (Team Bath), Sophie Carter (Severn Stars), Vicky Oyesola (Loughborough Lightning)LOUGHBOROUGH LIGHTNING Cobden leads Lightning recruits First players confirmed for 2017 Coaching team - Karen Atkinson (Head Coach), Olivia Murphy (Assistant Coach), Maggie Birkinshaw (Assistant Coach)Players In - Peace Proscovia, Natalie Panagarry, Hannah Joseph, Rebekah Airey, Brittany Coleman, Lauren Nicholls, Jo Trip and Vanessa Walker (all returning), Vicky Oyesola (Hertfordshire Mavericks), Beth Cobden (-), Ella Gibbons (-), Chloe Essam.Players Out - Ama Agbeze (Adelaide Thunderbirds), Kadeen Corbin (Mainland Tactix)MANCHESTER THUNDER Housby makes Swifts switch England ace leaves Thunder for ANZ Championship Coaching team - Karen Greig (Director of Netball), Sara Hale (Assistant Coach), Liana Leota (assistant coach)Players In - Gabriella Marshall, Kathryn Turner, Amy Clinton, Kerry Almond, Emma Dovey, Liana Leota, Paige Kindred and Beccy Hoult (all returning), Bea Skingsley, (Yorkshire Jets), Sophie Morgan (Surrey Storm), Dani Bloomfield (-), Marvadene Anderson (Jamaica)Players Out - Natalie Haythornthwaite (Wasps Netball), Jodie Gibson (Severn Stars), Sara Bayman (Central Pulse, NZ), Laura Malcolm (Severn Stars), Eleanor Cardwell (Severn Stars), Helen Housby (NSW Swifts)SCOTTISH SIRENS (New Franchise)Coaching team - Gail Parata (Head Coach)Players In - Savannah Antoine, Carla Borrego, Claire Brownie, Althea Byfield, Rachel Forbes, Lynsey Gallagher, Bethan Goodwin, Ellen Halpenny, Nicola McCleery, Fiona Moore-McGrath, Caroline OHanlon, Lauren Tait.SEVERN STARS (New Franchise) Stars will give youth its chance New franchise looking to home-grown stars Coaching team - Pamela Cookey (Director of Netball), Moonia Gerrard (Head Coach), Sam Bird (Assistant Coach)Players In - Jodie Gibson (Manchester Thunder), Eleanor Cardwell (Manchester Thunder), Laura Malcolm (Manchester Thunder), Sophie Carter (Hertfordshire Mavericks), Becky Oatley (Celtic Dragons), Rachel Sweet (Loughborough Lightning), Lucy Richardson (Yorkshire Jets), Afiesha Noel (Trinidad & Tobago), Josie Janz-Dawson (West Coast Fever), Iona Darroch, Lauren Brookes and Rebecca Tildsley.SURREY STORM Hoffman: New era for Surrey We speak to the champions new director of netball Coaching team - Tania Hoffman (Director of Netball)Players In - Mikki Austin, Katy Holland, Georgia Lees and Yasmin Parsons (returning)Players Out - Sophia Candappa, Amy Flanagan, Josie Huckle, Hannah Reid, Francesca Williams, Rachel Dunn, Bogini Msomi (all Wasps)TEAM BATH Layla Guscoth is swapping Hertfordshire Mavericks for Team Bath Coaching team - Anna Stembridge (Head Coach)Players In - Rachel Shaw, Eboni Beckford-Chambers, Samantha Cook, Chelsea Lewis, Paige Reed, Mia Ritchie, Laura Rudland (all returning), Layla Guscoth (Herts Mavericks), Jess Shaw and Imogen Allison (Yorkshire Jets), Vangalee Williams (Jamaica)TEAM NORTHUMBRIACoaching team - Te Aroha Keenan (Head Coach)Players In -  Brie Grierson, Emily Hollingworth, Tuanie Keenan, Leah Kennedy, Chiara Semple Jaydene Robinson (all returning), Georgia Rowe (Celtic Dragons), Rachel Bird (-), Evie Brereton (-), Claudia Heath (-)Players Out -WASPS NETBALL (New Franchise) Greenway heads to Wasps New franchise make direcotr of netball appointment Coaching team - Tamsin Greenway (Director of Netball), Mel Mansfield (Assistant Coach)Players In - Sophia Candappa, Amy Flanagan, Josie Huckle, Hannah Reid, Francesca Williams (all Surrey), Sam May, George Fisher (Herts Mavericks), Lucy Harris (Yorkshire Jets), Natalie Haythornthwaite (Manchester Thunder), Rachel Dunn (Surrey Storm), Bogini Msomi (Surrey Storm), Lucy Parize Also See: Three new Superleague teams for 2017 Live netball with Sky Tickets Hoffman: New era for Surrey Greenway heads to Wasps Custom Colorado Rockies Jersey . In Europe, top teams seem to be largely happy with their squads after spending nearly $1 billion in the off-season. And although English league clubs are unlikely to splash cash in January, Arsenal and Chelsea could be tempted to strengthen their squads with new strikers. Jorge De La Rosa Jersey . -- Los Angeles Lakers guard Jordan Farmar will be out for roughly four weeks after tearing his left hamstring. http://www.baseballrockiesonline.com/nolan-arenado-rockies-jersey/ . -- Kyrie Irvings last-minute 3-pointer helped seal another victory for Cleveland -- and the Cavaliers longest winning streak since LeBron James left. SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver will miss the season with a torn ACL in his left knee. Culliver was injured Thursday during a non-contact drill. Defensive co-ordinator Vic Fangio said Friday that the loss of the third-year veteran "puts stress" on a cornerback group that faltered late last season and in the playoffs during San Franciscos run to the Super Bowl. The 49ers brought in four-time All-Pro Nnamdi Asomugha in April to augment the position behind starters Carlos Rogers and Tarell Brown. The team returned its top five cornerbacks from last season. Culliver was San Franciscos third cornerback the past two seasons and played a key role in the teams coverage packages, often taking over at left cornerback when the 49ers went to their nickel defence. Now the 49ers have to groom somebody else for that role, which could affect how the team uses even its projected starters this season. "Obviously we took a shot (Thursday) and it puts a stress on everybody else in that group," Fangio said. "Weve got the guys that were here last year and we brought in Nnamdi to try and help shore up that group, and right now were just going to have to see how it sorts itself out here in the preseason games and through the rest of practices." Culliver was San Franciscos biggest cornerback last year and often was used in press coverage on the left side when the 49ers went with more than their regular four starting defensive backs. San Francisco, which ranked third in the NFL in total defence last year, went with extra defensive backs on nearly 70 per cent of its defensive plays last season. Fangio said regular right cornerback Brown could get a look on the left side and also covering slot receivers in nickel pages. Regular left cornerback Rogers usually covered slot receivers when the 49ers used three cornerbacks in coverage last season. Holdover veterans Tramaine Brock and Perrish Cox also could move up in the pecking order at cornerback. Brock had two interceptions in 2011 while getting regular action as the teams third cornerback before losing the job to Culliver after a hand injury. "Now may be an opportunity for him to go out there and show what hes got and take his shot," Fangio said. Cox had 14 tackles and knocked down two passes in his first year with the 49ers last season. Despite finishing fourth in the NFL in pass defence last season, San Frannciscos pass coverage had some rocky performances near the end of the year. Colorado Rockies Jersey. Green Bays Aaron Rodgers, Atlantas Matt Ryan and Baltimores Joe Flacco combined to torch the Niners for 940 yards and eight touchdown passes in three post-season games. The 49ers then signed Asomugha, entering his 11th NFL season, to a one-year deal and also traded a conditional draft pick to Tampa Bay on July 19 to acquire veteran cornerback Eric Wright. That trade was voided when Wright failed his team physical. At 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds, Asomugha has ideal size to handle Cullivers role, and he built a reputation as a top cover corner during his first eight seasons with the Oakland Raiders. But that reputation took a hit the past two seasons after Asomugha signed a five-year, $60 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles as one of the NFLs top free agents of 2011. The Eagles released Asomugha in March, and the 49ers are still determining exactly where he fits in now that Culliver is out. "We really didnt know what we were getting when we got Nnamdi," Fangio said. "Hes got some good days out here and some days where we werent sure if he was going to be able to still have it. So I think were kind of in between with him right now. Hopefully, hell still have some gas left in his tank to go out there and play like he did prior to going to Philadelphia. So I think the jury is still out there." Fangio said the 49ers are unlikely to bring in another veteran free agent at this stage of the summer. San Francisco also drafted cornerback Marcus Cooper in the seventh round this spring, and first-round pick Eric Reid and free-agent veteran Craig Dahl are newcomers at safety who also could figure in coverage packages. Cullivers injury is one of several Fangio has had to deal with as he adjusts his defence this summer. All-Pro middle linebackers Patrick Willis (hand) and NaVorro Bowman (hamstring) are both on the mend from injuries and are missing practice, and Pro Bowl outside linebacker Aldon Smith is a recent addition to that list. Rookie defensive linemen Tank Carradine (knee), the teams second-round pick, and fifth-rounder Quinton Dial (toe) both are on San Franciscos active/non-football injury list. "Hopefully, it wont press on into the season," Fangio said. "The good part of it is some of these younger guys will get a lot more reps and be more prepared if theyre called on." Wholesale Jerseys China ' ' '