Melbourne Vixens’ Rookie of the Year, Hannah Mundy has proven her worth, signing on with the club for 2022, in her first official Suncorp Super Netball contract.
Mundy was named as a temporary replacement player this year for Liz Watson, who was ruled out for the season with a foot injury. Hannah played all 14 games of the 2021 season.
A product of Netball Victoria’s pathway, 19-year-old Mundy was named in the Vixens squad at the start of the year and has represented Victoria in both 17/U and 19/U teams at the National Netball Championships, played in a Victorian Netball League 19/U premiership for Boroondara Express, and was a member of Victorian Fury’s 2019 premiership squad. She was named Rookie of the Year at this year’s Sharelle McMahon Medal night.
“This year was a dream come true, and I’ve been so grateful for the opportunity that the club has given me,” said Mundy.
“I’m really excited to sign on officially, and to learn from and play alongside some of the best netballers in the world.
“Liz (Watson) has been a great mentor for me, particularly this year in her leadership role from the sideline. I’m really looking forward to continuing to learn everything I can off her when she’s out on court.”
Mundy joins the list of Rahni Samason, Kate Moloney, Liz Watson, Jo Weston and Emily Mannix who have already committed to the club.
The Vixens will announce a new signing tomorrow.
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