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Player Profile – Brittany McDonald

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Player-Profile-Brittany-McDonald-EJTF-9W6A8696Name Brittany McDonald

Nickname Britt

Eyes Blues

Age  16

Height  178cm

Birthday  April 6

Favourite colour  Blue

Years in the sport  7

Favourite food  Strawberries

Position Centre & Wing Defence

Career Highlight NCAS in 2012 & 2013; Bruns–Byron rep for 3 years; and Ballina rep for 1 year.

Motto There’s no ‘I’ in team

 


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