In her debut season at the Magpies in 2019, Browne ran out for 13 games before her season came to an end suffering an ACL injury.

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 ran out for a total of eight games in 2020 before sitting out the rest of the season with a knee injury.

In both the 2019 and 2020 seasons, Browne completed the three-woman leadership team as vice-captain.

Personal Info

Previous Netball Clubs:
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