A fast and agile midcourter, sport genes run in Tayla Honey’s family – with her father and mother both former professional athletes (her mother Di Honey an Australian netballer).

Going from strength-to-strength, Honey’s experience playing for the Geelong Cougars in the Bupa Victorian Netball League and the Victorian Fury in the Deakin University Australian Netball League – coupled with her willingness to learn – have set the youngster up for a stellar netball career.

Unfortunately, an injury to her Achilles tendon sidelined Honey for the 2019 SSN season. She will be ready to roar in 2020 though, as she steps on court with her fellow Vixens.

Individual Awards and Achievements:

  • 2017 Melbourne Vixens Training Partner
  • 2017 Victorian Fury
  • 2017 National 21/U Squad
  • 2018 Victorian Fury

Personal Info

Melbourne, VIC
Junior Club
Moonee Valley Netball Club
National League Career Games
2019 Games
Occupation/Area of Study
Club History
Victorian Fury: 2016-18, Melbourne Vixens: 2018 - Current

Fun Facts

  • I started playing netball at age 11, in a school team with friends.
  • Kim Green is my favourite netballer of all-time, because of her speed, flair and great leadership skills.
  • My favourite TV show is Suits.
  • Pre-game, I always eat a really good breakfast.
  • If I could give one piece of advice to a young player it would be to train hard, don’t cut corners, and enjoy it!
  • Away from the court I spend time listening to music, going to uni, working and catching up with friends.
  • My dream travel destination is New York.