|Full name||Tracey Anne Neville|
21 January 1977 |
Bury, Greater Manchester, England
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Relatives||Gary Neville (brother)
Phil Neville (brother)
|Playing position(s): WA, GA|
|?-?||Leeds Met Carnegie|
Neville played for Leeds Met Carnegie in the British Netball Superleague, after being out injured for two years, and worked as a fitness coach for Leeds Metropolitan University's sports department. She also earned a degree in nutrition and sport science from the University of Chester.
Since retiring, Neville has been dedicated to raising the profile of netball throughout the country and also took up coaching. She runs the Tracey Neville Netball Academy at Sedbergh School during summer term break and personally coaches young girls interested in the game.
Neville was born in an athletic family. Her twin brother is Phil Neville, head coach of the England women's national football team, and her older brother is Gary Neville, both were professional footballers and represented the England National Team.
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