Liz Ellis

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About Liz Ellis

Former netball player who was a Commonwealth Bank Trophy champion with the Sydney Swifts and a four-year captain of the Australian national team. She became a Netball World Champion in 1995, 1999 and 2007.

Early life

She attended the Australian Institute of Sport on scholarship from 1991 to 1992.

Trivia

She set a record for most games played in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy with 173.

Family of Liz Ellis

Her first child, Evelyn Audrey Stocks, was born in September 2011.

Close associates of Liz Ellis

She and Natalie Bertouch have both been stars on the Australian netball team.

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Liana Leota

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About Liana Leota

Netball player who won Commonwealth Games and World Netball Series gold medals with the Silver Ferns, the New Zealand national team. She has played for teams like the Southern Steel and Central Pulse in ANZ Championship.

Early life

She was born Liana Barrett-Chase in Taihape, New Zealand.

Trivia

She was named Most Valuable Player of the 2010 ANZ Championship season.

Family of Liana Leota

She married rugby union player Johnny Leota.

Close associates of Liana Leota

She and Adine Wilson have both competed for the Silver Ferns.

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Gretel Tippett

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About Gretel Tippett

Former Women’s National Basketball League player who transitioned her skills to netball in 2012. She’s played in the ANZ Championship with the NSW Swifts and Queensland Firebirds.

Early life

She started playing in the WNBL for the Australian Institute of Sport’s team in 2010. She played for the Logan Thunder the year after.

Trivia

She was named the WNBL’s Rookie of the Year in 2011.

Family of Gretel Tippett

Her brother Joel and Kurt have both played in the Australian Football League. She got married to Niko Bueta on March 7, 2020. Their first child was born in January 2021.

Close associates of Gretel Tippett

She’s been teammates with Laura Geitz on the Queensland Firebirds.

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Irene Van Dyk

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About Irene Van Dyk

Netball player from South Africa who won gold medals at the World Netball Series, Commonwealth Games and the World Netball Championships. She represented South Africa at the international level a total of seventy-four times.

Early life

She moved from South Africa to New Zealand, where she earned a silver medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

Trivia

She received the New Zealand Sportswoman of the Year Award in 2003.

Family of Irene Van Dyk

She has a daughter named Bianca.

Close associates of Irene Van Dyk

She and Julie Seymour are both famous female netball players.

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Helen Housby

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About Helen Housby

Professional netball player who is best known for her time with the Manchester Thunder club team. She has also competed internationally for England’s national team.

Early life

She began her time with the Manchester Thunder in 2013. She first earned a starting spot with the team in 2014.

Trivia

Following the 2014 club season, she was internally voted the Manchester Thunder player of the year. In 2015, she was selected as a member of the English national netball team to compete at that year’s Netball World Cup.

Family of Helen Housby

She was born and raised in Carlisle, Cumbria, England.

Close associates of Helen Housby

She played alongside Jade Clarke in the 2015 Netball World Cup as members of the English national team.

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Debbie White

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About Debbie White

Women’s netball player who competed domestically for the Otago Rebels in the National Bank Cup from 1999 to 2007 and represented New Zealand’s national team.

Early life

She played netball in school growing up.

Trivia

Her international debut came in 2006 against Australia.

Family of Debbie White

She grew up in Balclutha, New Zealand.

Close associates of Debbie White

She played alongside Julie Seymour on the New Zealand national team.

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