TEIGAN O’SHANNASSY

DOB 14/04/99

BIRTHPLACE Sydney, NSW

POSITIONS GD,GK

ELITE CAPS 1

JUNIOR CLUB Queenscliff Netball Club

ASSOCIATION Manly Warringah Netball Association

Teigan O’Shannassy started playing netball when she was eight. Her passion for the game saw her progress through the Netball NSW pathways as a member of the Manly Warringah Netball Association.

She was named as a Training Partner for GIANTS Netball in 2017 and 2018.

GIANTS Netball elevated her to a member of the 2019 team, although the defender will miss some of the 2019 season after suffering an Achilles injury during the Super Club competition in New Zealand.

O’Shannassy has been a standout in defender for GIANTS Netball’s ANL team Canberra GIANTS and was one of the crucial players in their successful 2018 season where they took home the Silver Medal in the Grand Final.

She made her debut as GIANT #18 in the GIANTS’ 2019 Round 5 match against Sunshine Coast Lightning.

2018 NSW 19/U Team
2018 Australia Super Club Team
2017 Australian Netball World Youth Cup Team
2017 Australia Super Club Team
2017 NSW 19/U Team
2017 Canberra GIANTS Team
2016 Canberra GIANTS Team
2016 NSW 17/U Team
2016 Netball NSW Waratahs Team
2015 Australian 17/U Squad
2015 AIS Australian Tall Talent Camp
2015 NSW 17/U Team

Mother’s Day Gallery

GIANTS Netball celebrated the wonderful women in our GIANTS lives at our very first Mother’s Day lunch yesterday, Thursday 2 May. Mother’s Day Gallery

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Injury Update: O’Shannassy

GIANTSNetballTV caught up with defender Teigan O’Shannassy find out how it feels being back out on court with the team in training. O’Shannassy who suffered a ruptured Achilles in July

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Advice to your Younger Self

This International Women’s Day GIANTSNetballTV asked the team what advice they would give to their younger self? Find out in the video below: https://youtu.be/HugfAcrQWmc GIANT Advice Be Brave – Teigan

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O’Shannassy: Recovery Update

GIANTSNetballTV caught up with defender Teigan O’Shannassy to talk about her recovery process, five months after rupturing her Achilles. O’Shannassy, who at 19 has already represented NSW at multiple National

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