In her debut season at Collingwood in 2019, Browne play her 50th national league game before she injured her left knee in round 13 of the Super Netball competition. Browne will be sidelined for a portion of the 2020 season.

The energetic mid-courter is a dual-premiership player with the Sunshine Coast Lightning who has quickly became one of the best wing-attacks in the league.

She made her professional netball debut as a replacement player for the Melbourne Vixens in 2015 ANZ Championship season.

Browne’s hard work was awarded with a position on the Australian Diamonds team which saw her compete in both the 2018 Quad Series and the Constellation Cup.

Browne won national selection once again in 2019 to share in the Diamond’s World Cup campaign that brought home a silver medal from Liverpool.

2020 she completes the three-woman leadership team as vice-captain.

Browne is hoping to finally take to the court alongside sister, Madi Browne in the 2020 season.

Personal Info

Previous Club
Sunshine Coast Lightning, Melbourne Vixens

Fun Facts

  • Outside of netball: Checking out coffee shops, play music, go to the beach and hang out with my dog.
  • Next Holiday Destination: Mexico, Sri Lanka and North America.
  • Hidden talent: Not really hidden but singing and playing piano. Advice: Work hard and always be keen to learn.
  • One word to describe me: Cheeky