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DOB 01/08/1997




JUNIOR CLUB Randwick Rugby

ASSOCIATION Randwick Netball Association

21-year-old Amy Parmenter, who is fierce and relentless in the midcourt, was a 2017-18 Training Partner for GIANTS and a member of the Deakin University Australian Netball League’s Canberra GIANTS. She was a real force to be reckoned with on court during the latter’s road to winning the Silver Medal in the 2018 Deakin University ANL Grand Final.

After two years as a Training Partner with the team, her elevation to the playing squad for 2019 shows the deep confidence the Club has in her abilities.5

2018 Australia Super Club Team

2018 Canberra GIANTS Team

2017 Canberra GIANTS Team

2017 NSW 19/U Team 

2015 NSW 19/U Vice Captain

2015 19/U National Champions

2014 NSW 17/U Captain

2014 NSW 17/U Captain2017 Australia Super Club Team

Rising up the Ranks

Young gun Amy Parmenter forms part of an exciting future for the GIANTS Netball team and for Australian netball. The 21-year old debuted in Round 1 of the 2019 Suncorp

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Austin named GIANTS’ best

2018 GIANTS Netball rookie Kiera Austin was named the 2017 Canberra GIANTS Player of the Year at Netball ACT’s Awards Presentation, held last Friday night (20 October) in our Nation’s Capital. Austin was

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NSW talent joins GIANTS Netball

Familiar faces will return to the GIANTS Netball squad as Training Partners for the 2018 Suncorp Super Netball season. GIANT #9 and inaugural playing group member Taylah Davies will continue

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GIANTS Netball will have their undefeated run put to the test when they head to Hisense Arena on Saturday night, 25 March, to meet the Melbourne Vixens on their home

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