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SDL returns to Storm

Sophie has returned to Surrey Storm where she was part of the 2016 Netball Performance League squad.

Surrey Storm are thrilled to add another England Rose to the lineup ahead of the 2023 VNSL season

Joining former Team Bath teammate Layla Guscoth, Drakeford-Lewis joins the Storm outfit as Storm gains their fourth international signing of the off-season.

Sophie was previously part of Storm’s NPL squad alongside current returnee Frankie Wells before moving to Mavericks in 2017 where she was nominated young player of the year after her first season. SDL then moved to Bath to play alongside her education.

Drakeford-Lewis already has represented the Roses 15 times, most recently in her first Commonwealth games in Birmingham. This journey began in 2016 being selected for the Roses Academy where the young GA secured a bronze medal in the U21 Netball World Youth Cup.

The 90.63% shooter excited to join the squad said: “I am absolutely thrilled to be joining Surrey Storm, It’s a new chapter for me, a really exciting challenge and I can’t wait to join the rest of the girls and build on what was a great season for the squad last year. Bring on 2023!”

Mikki Austin pleased to be bringing Sophie into the team commented: “I am thrilled to welcome Sophie into our Surrey Storm environment.

A deadly accurate GA with movement to burn, Sophie is proven world-class in both the GA and WA both domestically and internationally for England Roses, who brings a phenomenal work ethic and determination to our group.

I am extremely excited about the dynamic Sophie will bring to our group and the partnerships she can form.”

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