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Courtney Bruce

Courtney Bruce (Netball), won Australian netball’s top award, taking out the Liz Ellis Diamond on her 28th birthday Bruce was born in Gosnells, a south-eastern suburb of Perth, and after an initial go at netball left the sport in her young teens to try athletics, excelling at high jump. Notoriously shy, she was offered a netball scholarship when she was 16 and then decided to make that sport her choice. She is often her toughest critic, sometimes struggling with her confidence, but was part of the WA Under 17 in 2009. Bruce made her ANZ Championships debut with the West Coast Fever in 2013 and became the franchise’s longest-serving captain in 2021 after four years at the helm. The 1.89m goalkeeper was a member of the silver-medal winning squad at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, after making her debut in the International Quad Series against England in 2017. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Science, majoring in psychology, at Murdoch University

Sport / Discipline

Netball

Birth Place

Gosnells

Birth state

WA

Date of Birth

08/12/1993

Age

28

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

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