Amber Merritt

Amber is the co-captain of the Australian Gliders and one of Australia’s most decorated and successful paralympians, with a long history of representing Australia since she was just 15. She has competed at 2 x Paralympics and won silver both at the 2012 London Games, and again at the inaugural 3×3 wheelchair basketball competition in […]

Nes’eya Parker-Williams

An exciting and versatile player, Nes’eya already has years of WNBL experience despite only being 21 years of age. Another standout performance in the NBL1 West competition earned her the 2022 Youth Player of the Year and saw Nes’eya take a development player opportunity with the Townsville Fire. Standing at 188cm Nes’eya is fast and […]

Fleur McIntyre

Fleur is currently the only female coaching in the NBL, and made history in the 21/22 season by becoming the first female to win an NBL Championship. Fleur has an extensive playing and coaching history in Western Australia across both mens and womens state league and high performance programs. Described as the “glue” that holds […]

Emma Gandini

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Tessa Morrison

Tessa is from Christchurch in New Zealand and has recently relocated to Western Australia to play for East Perth Eagles in the NBL1 West competition. Most recently, Tessa was a contracted player and member of the leadership group for the Mainland Pouakai in the inaugural Tauihi Basketball League in New Zealand, before which she was […]