• Kiera Austin- Giants

One of the most versatile players in the league, and she is starting to find her feet in the competition and provide a real headache to the opposition defenders. This is her breakout season, forming a great partnership with Jo Harten in the goal circle. 


  • Molly Jovic- Magpies

In her first season in the Suncorp Super Netball, she hasn’t disappointed. With the retirement of Madi Browne, and the loss of Kelsey Browne due to injury, Jovic allowed Collingwood to keep the speed throughout the midcourt. She hasn’t missed a beat since taking the court in round one and if this is her first season in SSN, I can’t wait to see what the future would bring.


  • Lara Dunkley- Firebirds

The Round 10 game was Dunkley’s break out game, playing all 4 quarters and getting the nod in the starting 7. She provides strength in her passes throughout the Mid court. Lara is a very smart player, in terms of her feeds into the firebird’s shooters. Also, very versatile in being able to play all 3 midcourt positions.


  • Tippah Dwan- Firebirds

Dwan has taken the game by storm in 2020, becoming a very important asset to the Firebirds in 2020. With Gretel Bueta out due to pregnancy, Dwan has slipped into the Goal attack position nicely, being a star when it comes to the Super Shot. At the end of Round 10, she broke the Nissan Net Point’s record, previously held by Gretel Bueta.


  • Georgie Horjus- Adelaide Thunderbirds

A Star find for the Thunderbirds, with the outgoing Maria Folau, Horjus has fit into the Goal attack position and making it her own. Another star at the Super Shots and has formed a great partnership with both Lenize Potgieter and Sasha Glasgow.


  • Mel Bragg- Magpies

Coming into the Magpies team this season after a few outgoing players, Mel has built into the season and gets better by the day. She’s got a great read on the ball and can grab the intercept and go up against the competitions best.