|INTERNATIONAL HONOURS||81 National Caps for England. First cap at Birmingham NEC, 1996 against Jamaica. Commonwealth Games Bronze Medallist 1998 in Kuala Lumpar, World Championship bronze medallist 1999, New Zealand, Represented England in the rest of the world team v New Zealand.|
|NATIONAL HONOURS||Superleague winner with Northern Thunder 2001|
|OCCUPATION||Sports performance Officer : Nutrition and Sports Science. I also hold my Level 3 Netball Coaching Qualification.|
|Superleague Teams||Leeds Carnegie 2007, Northern Thunder 2000-2004|
|Favourite way to spend a day off:||A long lie-in followed by sunbathing on a sandy beach. I also enjoy seeing my friends and watching football.|
|Most embarrassing moment:||Falling over very regularly and most of these moments have been caught on television.|
|Favourite food:||Mr Whippy Ice Cream. I like to cook and like trying new dishes.|
|Favourite city or country:||Malta|
|Favourite holiday destination:||Malta|
|My personality in a nutshell:||Impatient, easy going, good sense of humour, like to laugh a lot|
|What will I be doing in 10 years time?:||Staying at home and raising a family.|
I Started playing netball at age: 5. My mum played in the netball local league and used to go and watch. My ambition as a Netball player was always 'to be the best I possibly can be and enjoy it'.
The player I most admire is Irene van Dyke and the favourite tournament I have played in was Kuala Lumpar in 1998.
My biggest disappointment was certainly the serious knee injury I sustained in 2004 and the one change I would make to improve the sport is ensure more TV coverage in England.
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