Women's sport on Sky: Follow Sarah Hunter, Charley Hull and Katie Taylor
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Last Updated: 07/03/18 8:14pm
Sky Sports will continue to keep the spotlight on women's sport over the coming months with some of the best sportswomen from the British Isles all in action.
Rugby, golf, netball, cricket and boxing will all be covered prominently as we underline the wealth of coverage Sky has to offer this year.
SIX NATIONS RUGBY
Women's rugby continues to go from strength to strength and the Women's Six Nations Championship has already seen captain Sarah Hunter lead England to two opening round victories as they bid to make a successful defence to the title they won last year.
The Red Roses' final three Six Nations meetings will be shown live on Sky Sports with trips to Glasgow and Grenoble to come followed by a final weekend home encounter against Ireland at the Ricoh Arena on March 16.
The oval ball coverage does not stop there and we will show the very best from the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series.
SUPERLEAGUE & INTERNATIONAL NETBALL
Netball will also continue to be at the forefront of women's sports coverage on Sky Sports with England's international Quad Series meetings, Vitality Superleague, All-Star Fast 5s all on offer.
The new Superleague season began earlier this month and Tamsin Greenway will be determined to lead Wasps to back-to-back titles and individually claim a fourth straight title.
Sky will broadcast more matches on TV than ever before in what promises to be an exciting and competitive campaign with last year's runners-up Loughborough Lightning, with Peace Proscovia, expected to once again provide strong competition for the league crown.
Wasps' Sam May and Georgia Fisher will join experienced England internationals Jade Clark and Natalie Haythornthwaite with the regular season running up to June before the semi-finals and Grand Final determine who will finish as league champion.
ALL FIVE GOLF MAJORS
The ANA Inspiration at the Mission Hills Country Club is the opening major of the year and last year's edition ended in controversial fashion as Lexi Thompson was handed a four-shot penalty in the middle of the final round, for a breach of rules made during the third round, to crush her hopes of a second major success.
Charley Hull continues to lead a crop of British golfers, including Georgia Hall, aiming for global success on the biggest stage and the talented 21-year-old will hope to go one step better than her previous best of second place at the Dinah Shore Tournament Course from March 29-April 1.
The Ladies Professional Golf Association, Ladies European Tour and all five women's majors, including the British Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club in August, will all be available to viewers at home.
KIA SUPER LEAGUE & ICC WOMEN'S TWENTY20
Sky will continue to be the home of cricket this year and the dedicated Sky Sports Cricket channel will show 12 matches from the Kia Super League this summer - almost double the number of games broadcast from the 2017 edition.
On the international stage, there will be coverage of England Women's ODIs and T20 tri-series double-headers against South Africa and New Zealand, starting June 9 while the ICC Women's World Twenty20 begins in November.
Katie Taylor will be determined to build on her impressive 2017, which culminated with a successful first defence of her WBA lightweight world title at York Hall while Natasha Jonas will be on the undercard of Amir Khan's British homecoming fight on April 21, live on Sky Sports.
#Believethehype and enjoy a fantastic year of women's sport live on Sky.