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The super competitive mid-court kick started her career at only 16 with the Adelaide Thunderbirds where she played 44 games in the Trans-Tasman Netball league. In 2017 the South Australian made the move to join the NSW Swifts.
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Stanton has developed into one of the rising stars in Australian netball, the 25 year old shooters game has grown over the years since debuting at national competition in 2014.
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Pretorius joined the inaugural Sunshine Coast Lightning team in 2017 after coming across from Team Bath in the UK, making her the first South African netballer to play for an Australian club in the Suncorp Super Netball.
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Jodi joined the Magpies team in 2020 after coming across from Severn Stars in the Vitality Super league in the UK. She hit the ground running in season 2020 becoming one of the standout players finishing top 5 in the league for intercepts. 
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The young, athletic defender Matilda McDonell made her super netball debut in 2019 in round 2. Known for having a quick and athletic style of play
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One of Australia’s exciting young netball talents Maisie Nankivell signed with Suncorp Super Netball League side the Adelaide Thunderbirds in 2019 as an injury replacement player and didn’t take long to impress.
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26-year-old Sommerville spent her last two years at the Queensland Firebirds as a training partner. A stand out at representative level she has come through the Netball NSW pathways
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One of Australia's brightest young netball talents. O'Brien made her Suncorp Super Netball League debut for the Swifts in 2017 where she had a fantastic debut season. She has also been part of the Under 17, 19 and 21 NSW and Australian Squads.
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At only 20 Olivia Coleman is still developing her craft as a training partner at the SWIFTS but is one of the brightest young defenders in the game.
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Kelly made her first state team for NSW in 2017, then ANL NSW Waratahs in 2018 and NSW Swifts Training Partner in 2019 and 2020
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