2022 VNSL club preview: Surrey Storm

IT was another tough season for Surrey Storm in 2021, finishing in the bottom four for the fourth consecutive time (excluding 2020). The Storm will hope to get back to its success of five years ago, and have recruited some fresh faces into the squad for the 2022 season.

>> VNSL 2022 Team preview: Surrey Storm

2022 SQUAD:


Charlotte Curtis (GD/GK/WD)
Felisitus Kwangwa (GD/GK)
Leah Middleton (GD/GK)
Alima Priest (GD/GK/WD)
Grace Sullivan (GD/GK/WD)


Mikki Austin (C/WD/WA)
Sophia Candappa (C/WA)
Niamh Cooper (WD)
Yasmin Parsons (C/QA)
Abigail Robson (C/WD)


Ellie Kelk (GA/GS)
Sophie Kelly (GA/GS/WA)
Emma Magee (GA/GS/WA)
Peace Proscovia (GS)
Francesca Wells (GA/GS)

Surrey Storm will enjoy having experienced shooter Proscovia up front this season, having already built a fairly impressive micourt combination. With some young rising talents joining some experienced heads, the Storm have a great balance of depth across all thirds of the court.


R1: vs. Severn Stars
R4: vs. Team Bath
R4: vs. Loughborough Lightning
R5: vs. Leeds Rhinos
R6: vs. Strathclyde Sirens
R7: vs. London Pulse
R8: vs. Saracens Mavericks
R9: vs. Wasps
R10: vs. Celtic Dragons
R11: vs. Severn Stars
R12: vs. Team Bath
R16: vs. Strathclyde Sirens
R16: vs. Leeds Rhinos
R18: vs. Saracens Mavericks
R19: vs. London Pulse
R20: vs. Celtic Dragons

LAST SEASON: 10th (3-17)


Given Proscovia’s inclusion, as well as some experienced midcourters in Candappa and Humphrys joining the cause, the Storm could expect to rise up the table a little. Though still quite young in many ways, and with less experience than some of their opposition, the Storm could be an exciting team that builds on their three wins from 2021.

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