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The big signings kept rolling in this week!  

Perth Lynx locked in two names to their 23/24 roster with Mackenzie Clinch-Hoycard re-signing for another season, and 22/23 Development Player, Chloe Forster elevated to the main roster.  

The UC Capitals announced they had recruited an exciting up-and-comer in Jayda Clark. The 17-year-old will commence her professional career with the Caps after developing her game at the Centre of Excellence and playing an integral role in the 2022 FIBA Under-16 Women’s Asian Championship-winning team.  

Sydney Flames revealed they had another huge signing for the 23/24 season! WNBL23 Championship-winning captain, Lauren Nicholson, will make the move back to Sydney on a three-year deal where she won a Championship in 2017.  

Meanwhile, Deakin Melbourne Boomers announced two high-calibre signings of their own. Two Opals are set to don the purple in the upcoming season, with Sara Blicavs and Keely Froling heading to the Boom Box from Southside and Sydney respectively.  

JCU Townsville Fire announced another returning member of the WNBL23 Championship team, with Mikaela Ruef re-signing for another season at the Fire Pit.  


The 23/24 Cygnett WNBL Free Agency period is in full swing with multiple clubs announcing re-signings, as well as a huge signing for the Sydney Flames.  

Adelaide Lightning secured the signature of Izzy Borlase for another two years after a breakout debut season.  

The Deakin Melbourne Boomers announced Penina Davidson and Kristy Wallace would return to the Boom Box for another season.  

The first big move for the season came from Australian Opals’ Captain, Tess Madgen. After seven seasons with the Boomers, the Sydney Flames announced she had signed a two-year deal.  

Reigning Champions JCU Townsville Fire announced that Championship player, Kate Gaze, would be returning to the Fire Pit.  

While Perth Lynx announced their first re-signing for the 23/24 season, with WA local, Amy Atwell, locked in for another year.  

Two massive names still remain on the Free Agency list in reigning League MVP, Cayla George, and fellow Opal, Sami Whitcomb. Who will secure their signatures?  


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