As one of Australia’s most distinguished netballers, Madi Browne is best known for her dominance through the midcourt.

Madi is keen to make her highly awaited return to the court having been sidelined during the 2019 season with an ACL injury sustained during the pre-season.

Across a thirteen year career, Browne has earned 61 test caps for the Australian Diamonds and is the first two-time winner of domestic netball’s highest individual honour, the Liz Ellis Diamond.

In mid-2018, the mid-courter announced her retirement from the national team to focus on her role at Collingwood. Browne has played 29 matches for the Pies, after crossing from the Melbourne Vixens at the end of the 2016 season. She has played a total of 164 matches.

As a foundation player at the Pies, Browne has captained Collingwood’s side since its inaugural season in the Suncorp Super Netball League in 2017.

The inaugural captain leads Collingwood for a fourth consecutive year, the second with the company of English Rose Mentor.

Personal Info

Previous Club
West Coast Fever, Melbourne Vixens

Fun Facts

  • Outside of netball: Works as a Pilates instructor. Also enjoys getting down to the beach to swim and relax.
  • Next Holiday Destination: USA
  • Hidden talent: Too many to say!
  • Advice: Don’t wish for it, work for it! Embrace the challenges, enjoy the opportunities to grow individually and with others.
  • One word to describe me: Determined.