1963 1st World Tournament, Eastbourne, August

England squad and delegates
Sport & General
Squad from Scotland
Harry C Deal
Welsh Squad
Northern Ireland Squad
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Australia line up behind their Captain, Joyce Brown
Full Australian delegation
New Zealand Squad with their star scorer Colleen McMaster, seventh from the left, with 313 goals in six matches.
Trinidad Squad
Harry C Deal
Trinidad delegation
Jamaica Squad
Ceylon Squad in front of Jamaican Squad
West Indies Squad representing the other Caribbean nations apart from Trinidad and Jamaica.
All the teams line up for the 1st World Tournament, Eastbourne.
Harry C Deal
England shooter, Annette Cairncross, right, in happy conversation.
Rena Stratford, President of All England Netball Association and Honorary Secretary of International Federation of Netball Associations surveying the scene.
Mary Bulloch, Editor of the Netball Magazine, announcing the next matches
BBC Caribbean Service with the captains of three Caribbean teams. BBC Producer Alva Clarke with Mary Bulloch, Editor of the Netball Magazine, and (left to right) Barbara Jones (Jamaica), Phyllis Pierre-Walker (Trinidad) and Peggy Ince (West Indies).
Spectators at the 1st World Tournament in Eastbourne. No plush seats here.
Maureen Ball
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Scotland's Captain, May Rooney at C, attempting an interception to South Africa's Captain, Helen Stadler
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England v Jamaica, with England GS Annette Cairncross shooting for goal
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New Zealand (dark uniforms) playing Australia.
London Express News
Australia shooting against the Jamaica defence. Note the spectators over their garden wall
Harry C Deal
Australia practice session. From the left in the light uniforms are Margaret Caldow, Wilma Ritchie, Joyce Brown, Jeanette McIver, and Rose Noseda, all from State of Victoria.
Australia arriving on the SS Canberra 16th July 1963
PA Reuter

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