Clubs you play for?
Bluejays Softball Club and the B, L and G umpiring.
How did you get into your sports?
My brother-in-law got me into football umpiring, my mum got me into playing softball and my dad and pa got me into playing soccer.
How long have you played?
Two years for softball and umpiring.
What’s been your greatest achievement so far?
Making it into girls federation soccer.
Who has been a major influence on your career and why?
I would have to say that my mum and dad have been a big influence on my sporting career. They always push me to do my best and they are always coming out to my games every week to support and cheer me on.
If you could be any current or former player who would it be and why?
Erin Phillips from the Crows, as she is very talented and has a great team spirit.
What can your teammates always rely on your for?
I will always be there to step up if someone has an injury or cant play and I will always support my club and teammates by cheering them on, whether they are winning or losing.
Do you have any pre-game rituals?
In the car on the way there I like to put my headphones in and listen to loud music as that helps me focus and get ready.
What do you like to do outside of sport?
I like to go to the gym and do gym classes and workouts to keep my fitness up.
What sporting clubs do you support?
Port Adelaide and Adelaide United.
If you won lotto what would you spend it on?
I would spend it on new sports equipment and anything my family needs such as paying the bills or getting new things for around the house to help out.
Which teammate would you hate to be stuck in an elevator with?
I wouldn’t want to be stuck with Rachel Young as I know she would freak out and scream.
Who is your funniest teammate and why?
Steph Konatar as she is always having a laugh and always picks up the team spirit.
Which teammate would be your Phone a Friend on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
My phone a friend would have to be my coach.