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A bit about myself …

Like most girls I didn’t start off playing footy when I was a youngster, instead playing netball, basketball, swimming competitively and trying many other sports such as ballet, gymnastics, tennis and soccer. As soon as the BL&G competition started up, in 2018, I started playing for my hometown club, the Angaston Panthers. I played 8 games for them and then won the Premiership in the inaugural women’s season. Unfortunately I did my ACL in the same year. I came back to footy the next season, starting pre-season at Central Districts where I continued to hone my skills and ruck craft, and played 3 games before COVID-19 hit the season. After that, I went out to play at Angle Vale FC, the Hooters, where I played out their season as a ruck(wo)man and received their Most Consistent and Players Player trophies, which was very unexpected and flattering.


Madi, Mads, Kay-lesk, Slim, Big Bird

What is your original club?

Angaston Panthers

Match day motivation song?

Can’t go past a bit of Glass Animals, but I do love a bit of Rage Against the Machine – Killing in the Name of.

What is your field of work and/or study?

Personal Trainer, specialising in pre/ante-natal training for Women.

Funniest team mate?

The dark horse, Karissa Searle or the loud and boisterous Nicola Biagi.

What player in your team do you reckon is going to set the competition alight this year?

The silent assassin Tess Gerhardy is going to light it up, along with an elite tall up forward, Keely Cannizzaro.

Toughest player in the team?

Without a doubt the top bulldog herself, Shelby Smith. Puts her head over any ball and can lay a bone crunching tackle.

What is your weapon?

Big, strong hands for over head marks and I’m a bloody work horse – I could run all day.

Tell us 3 things you like to do outside of football

I keep pretty active in my “spare time” trying my hand at any activity. I love SUPing, Yoga, Hiking, Pilates and a good arm pump with BRG 2. I love cooking delicious food for friends and family 3. I could read a good book all day if I had enough time.

Tell us one thing we don’t know about you

I have a twin brother, and no, we are not identical!