Endurance machine Kim Ravaillion was a key cog in Collingwood’s engine room during its inaugural season in 2017.
One of the league's most talented centres, Ravaillion exploded onto the netball scene in 2013, and has since built an impressive resume.
Ravaillion is the only player to debut for the Australian Diamonds, before having played a single national league match.
Originally from New South Wales, Ravaillion's netball career has journeyed her to Queensland, before settling in Victoria with the Magpies.
At just 24 years of age, she has already won back-to-back ANZ Championships with the Queensland Firebirds and was also part of the World Cup winning Diamonds team in 2015 and the Commonwealth Games team in 2014.
Ahead of the 2018 season with the Magpies, Ravaillion was voted into a new-look leadership group, joining captain Madi Robinson and fellow deputies Caitlin Thwaites and Shae Brown.
- Member of the Diamonds’ World Cup winning squad in 2015
- ANZ Championship winner 2015, 2016
- 2015, 2016 All-star team (c)
- 2016 Finals Series MVP
- Diamonds debut in 2013
- Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist in 2014
- Magpies Netball vice-captain 2018