Free Agency – Club Rosters continue to grow

August 1, 2020 | WNBL news

It has been a big two weeks for the Chemist Warehouse WNBL clubs, as the Free Agency period continues to bring in massive announcements for the upcoming 2020-21 season. As the period continues, we are keeping you up-to-date with a tailored bi-monthly summary.

All this information, plus more, can be found through our Chemist Warehouse WNBL Free Agency Player Movements Tracker!


Adelaide Lightning

The Adelaide Lightning have announced their newest addition to the clubs 2020-21 roster, Louella Tomlinson. Heading into her ninth season, Tomlinson has a breadth of knowledge on the League. The two-time NCAA defensive player of the year looks forward to the opportunity in South Australia.

Stay tuned to see who the Lightning will strike next.


Bendigo Spirit

In a massive announcement last week, the Bendigo Spirit have signed veteran guard Amelia Todhunter. Having played 12 seasons with the League, Todhunter’s knowledge of the League and the game will be invaluable to her teammates and bring a strong defensive force to the court.

Who will be next to join the Spirit as their roster is now close to full?


Deakin Melbourne Boomers

The Deakin Melbourne Boomers have added a new name to their roster for the 2020-21 season, Izzy Wright. Excited to return to the League, Wright has played formerly with the WNBL’s Logan Thunder and Perth Lynx and has also been named in the 3×3 Australia Women’s squad, and now makes her return to the League with the Boomers. Also returning to the Boomer is Rachel Brewster as a Development Player for her second consecutive season. Brewster has a strong basketball background as a Utah State University graduate and has been representing Nunawading in the NBL1 competition.

Who will be next to Boom?


Jayco Southside Flyers

Guess who’s back, back again, Aimie Clydesdale’s back, tell a friend! Returning to the Flyers for her second season Clydesdale has her eyes on another opportunity to take the WNBL Championship after the Flyers made it to the Grand Final Series in the clubs inaugural season. The fast-paced, three-point shooter fills a great place on the Flyers roster.

Who will be named next with the Flyers?


JCU Townsville Fire

The Fire have now filled and announced their entire roster for the 2020-21 season!

Exciting times ahead for Townsville!


Perth Lynx

The Perth Lynx have secured their eighth signature in Alex Sharp for the 2020-21 WNBL season. The two-time World University Games Gold Medalist was also a member of the Australian Under-19 team that bought home bronze in the FIBA U19’S Women’s World Championship in 2015. Sharp will play her debut season in the League with the West Australia side. Returning to the Lynx with unfinished business following an injury-prone WNBL20 season is Tayah Burrows. The talented young guard spent the League off-season being recruited by Division 1 Colleges in America but will return to WA for the 2020-21 season.

The Lynx roster continues to grow, who else is to come?


Bryden’s Sydney Uni Flames

Returning for her fifth season in Sydney, Shanae Greaves has committed to the Flames for the upcoming season. With over 150 WNBL games in her back pocket, Greaves brings an abundance of experience and League knowledge to the game and is eager to take to the court with the Flames for her fifth season with the club. Nat Burton has also signed to the Flames roster for the 2020-21 WNBL season. The former Boomers and Lynx star has been playing most recently in Germany but will return home to take on the upcoming season with the Sydney side.

Who will be the next to join the Flames?


University of Canberra Capitals

Another quiet week from the UC Capitals. Keep watching this space…



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