Renowned for her speed and determination on court, Brazill also brings strong values and leadership that saw her named Fever captain in 2015 & vice-captain for the Magpies in their inaugural season.
The NSW-born mid-courter made her ANZ Championship debut for the Swifts in 2010, but two years later made the move west to the Fever which paid immediate dividends, winning the Fever’s MVP in 2012.
Frustrating ankle and wrist injuries followed, but in 2015, Brazill led the Fever to its first ever finals appearance and made her Australian Diamonds debut.
After five seasons at the Western Australian franchise, Brazill landed at the Holden Centre, and enjoyed her best season to date in 2017.
The year's work didn't end there. After finishing second in the Magpies' best and fairest, Brazill played for the Australian Fast5 World Series team, before nominating and being drafted to Collingwood's AFLW team with pick No.35 in the 2017 draft.
In doing so, she became the first dual-sport athlete to play two codes under the one sporting organisation.
- Australian Diamonds debut 2015
- West Coast Fever captain 2015-2016
- West Coast Fever MVP 2012
- Magpies Netball vice-captain 2017
- Fast5 Netball World Series 2017
- Fever Player’s Player of the Season Award 2015