Premiership Vixens announces retirement

1 year ago

The Melbourne Vixens and Netball Victoria would like to congratulate premiership player Karyn Bailey on her remarkable netball career, following the announcement of her retirement from elite netball.

Playing 66 games for the club, Bailey was both a premiership player and Joint-winner of the Sharelle McMahon Medal with Geva Mentor in 2015.

Bailey played an integral role during her four years at the Vixens, playing from 2012-2016, before moving to the Adelaide Thunderbirds for the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball season.

During her 12 years of elite netball, Bailey was known for her leadership and attacking brilliance in goal.

Recruited to the Vixens from Monash University Storm in the Victorian Netball League and the Victorian Fury in the Australian Netball League, Bailey made her debut in 2012, making an instant impact to be being awarded Rookie of the Year.

The Melbourne Vixens and Netball Victoria would like to thank Bailey for her contribution to netball in Victoria, and wish her well on her future endeavours.

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