Final 2019 Player Signings

The whirlwind that has been the 2019 player re-signings period has come to an end, with all eight clubs having set out their roster for season three of Suncorp Super Netball.

There has been an array of marquee signings announced over the past few weeks, topped off with the Adelaide Thunderbirds coming in right on the buzzer to release to the world their acquisition of New Zealand Silver Fern shooter, Maria Folau.

Featured below is the full team lists and the key stats from the 2019 signings period.

Stats

  • There are 59 Australian (74%) and 21 international (26%) players in the 2019 season compared to 17 international players in 2018.
  • International players: England (8), Jamaica (5), South Africa (3), New Zealand (2), Malawi (1), Uganda (1) and Trinidad (1), with at least one international player in every team.
  • Only 33 positions will be available for new or resigned players in 2020.
  • The signing breakdown is: three years – 13 (16%), two years – 34 (43%) and one year 33 (41%).
  • Most players remained at their club, with 63 (79%) resigning with their team from 2018.
  • Six new players from overseas were signed to 2019 Suncorp Super Netball squads.
  • Six 2018 training partners were promoted to the full squad in 2019.
Adelaide Thunderbirds
1 Beth Cobden England
2 Chelsea Pitman England
3 Cody Lange Australia
4 Hannah Petty Australia
5 Kate Shimmin Australia
6 Kelly Altmann Australia
7 Layla Guscoth England
8 Maria Folau New Zealand
9 Sasha Glasgow Australia
10 Shamera Sterling Jamaica

 

 

GIANTS Netball
1 Amy Parmenter Australia
2 Caitlin Bassett Australia
3 Jamie-Lee Price Australia
4 Joanne Harten England
5 Kiera Austin Australia
6 Kim Green Australia
7 Kristiana Manu’a Australia
8 Matilda McDonell Australia
9 Samantha Poolman Australia
10 Teigan O’Shannassy Australia

 

 

Collingwood Magpies
1 April Brandley Australia
2 Ash Brazill Australia
3 Gabrielle Sinclair Australia
4 Geva Mentor England
5 Kelsey Browne Australia
6 Kim Ravaillion Australia
7 Madi Robinson Australia
8 Matilda Garrett Australia
9 Natalie Medhurst Australia
10 Shimona Nelson Jamaica

 

 

 

Melbourne Vixens
1 Caitlin Thwaites Australia
2 Liz Watson Australia
3 Emily Mannix Australia
4 Ine-Mari Venter South Africa
5 Jo Weston Australia
6 Kadie-Ann Dehaney Jamaica
7 Kate Moloney Australia
8 Mwai Kumwenda* Malawi
9 Renae Ingles Australia
10 Tegan Philip Australia
Temporary replacement *Tayla Honey (*temporary replacement player for Mwai Kumwenda) Australia

 

 

NSW Swifts
1 Helen Housby England
2 Kate Eddy Australia
3 Lauren Moore Australia
4 Maddy Turner Australia
5 Madeleine Proud Australia
6 Natalie Haythornthwaite England
7 Paige Hadley Australia
8 Samantha Wallace Trinidad
9 Sarah Klau Australia
10 Sophie Garbin Australia

 

 

Queensland Firebirds
1 Caitlyn Nevins Australia
2 Gabi Simpson Australia
3 Gretel Tippett Australia
4 Jemma Mi Mi Australia
5 Kim Jenner Australia
6 Laura Clemesha Australia
7 Mahalia Cassidy Australia
8 Romelda Aiken Jamaica
9 Tara Hinchliffe Australia
10 Tippah Dwan Australia

 

 

Sunshine Coast Lightning
1 Annika Lee-Jones Australia
2 Cara Koenen Australia
3 Jacqueline Russell Australia
4 Karla Pretorius South Africa
5 Laura Langman New Zealand
6 Laura Scherian Australia
7 Madeline McAuliffe Australia
8 Peace Proscovia Uganda
9 Phumza Maweni South Africa
10 Stephanie Wood Australia

 

 

West Coast Fever
1 Alice Teague-Neeld Australia
2 Courtney Bruce Australia
3 Ingrid Colyer Australia
4 Jessica Anstiss Australia
5 Jhaniele Fowler Jamaica
6 Kaylia Stanton Australia
7 Olivia Lewis Australia
8 Shannon Eagland Australia
9 Stacey Francis England
10 Verity Charles Australia