Renae Ingles (nee Hallinan) is a great of the game.
Beginning her elite netball career in 2003 with the Melbourne Phoenix, Ingles is a four-time premiership player, a Commonwealth Games gold medallist and a Netball World Cup champion.
A fan-favourite, Ingles made the wing defence position her own, renown for her hands-over pressure, ability to strip her opponent of possession and to create turnovers at crucial moments.
An inaugural member of the Melbourne Vixens when the Phoenix and Melbourne Kestrels merged, Ingles made the move from the Vixens to the Adelaide Thunderbirds after the 2011 season, during which she captained the team from 2014-2015.
Following the birth of her twins Milla and Jacob, Ingles returned to the court for the Thunderbirds in 2017 before retiring from the sport and joining basketballer husband, Joe Ingles, in America.
Returning to Melbourne in May, it took little time for the Vixens to identify Ingles as an asset to the team whilst playing for the Melbourne University Lightning in the Bupa Victorian Netball League.
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