Natalie Medhurst

Volleyball Player

Natalie Medhurst was born in Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australia on January 20th, 1984 and is the Volleyball Player. At the age of 40, Natalie Medhurst biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 20, 1984
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Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australia
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Natalie Medhurst (born 20 January 1984) is a former Australian international netball player who is currently playing for the Collingwood Magpies in Australia's domestic league.


Natalie Medhurst Career

Netball career

Medhurst, a young man who was born in Warracknabeal, Victoria, rose to prominence in 2004, when the then-twenty-year-old made a good debut for the Adelaide Thunderbirds. Jacqui Delaney, a stalwart with Medhurst, brought many of the best defenders in the country to task with her accuracy, speed, and elusive nature. Medhurst re-signed with the Thunderbirds for the inaugural season in 2008 at the start of the ANZ Championship. She stayed with the club for two years before deciding with the Queensland Firebirds in 2010. She won the 2011 premiership and was named the season's MVP at the Firebirds.

Medhurst moved to Perth to play for the West Coast Fever in 2014, reuniting with her former Australian coach Norma Plummer, swapping with Firebirds wing over Chelsea Pitman and establishing closer links with Australian goal shooter Caitlin Bassett. She was appointed captain of the club later that day. Medhurst became the most popular player at the Fever in a short time. Medhurst signed a three-year contract with the Fever, which was supposed to result in her staying at the team until the 2019 season. Medhurst's last-year option with the Fever was not chosen up after their 2018 campaign ended with a loss in the grand finals. Collingwood Magpies Netball announced on September 14 that they had signed her to a two-year contract. Medhurst played 15 matches for the Magpies in 2019 and had a shooting accuracy of 82%. She has confirmed that she would suspend her netball career for the remainder of the 2020 season due to pregnancy. Despite harbouring aspire to play for the Magpies in the second half of the 2020 season, Medhurst was unable to participate in any games due to travel and quarantine restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic epidemic. On September 9, 2020, she announced that she would not return from the game.

Medhurst went on to represent Australia at the 2005 World Youth Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where they placed third place. She continued to grow as a netball player, and she made her Australian national netball team debut against Jamaica on July 8, 2007. During the quarter she was on, she was 99%, shooting 7 from 7.

Medhurst continued her good debut for Australia during the 2007 Netball World Championships, where she finished as the third-most accurate shooter at the championships with a strike rate of 91%. When she was brought on in the final quarter when Australia's senior shooters were struggling, she continued her rise in the grand final against New Zealand. With Australia winning the final 42-38, Medhurst made the world champion, she converted all three of her goals at goal. She established her role in the Australian line-up over time, and was selected in the national team's 2014 Commonwealth Games squad, where she placed gold. Medhurst had risen to the top of international netball by 2015, becoming one of just eight players to have won three world titles, as well as success at the 2015 Netball World Cup in Sydney. Medhurst was instrumental in the Diamonds' win over Caitlin Bassett, who was a key supporting role in the Diamonds' third-straight World Championship, winning 58-55. Medhurst and teammate Julie Corletto made their debut together in 2007 and won their third World Championship, with Corletto retiring from netball following the Tournament. In 2016, she continued to play in the Diamonds lineup, but she was dropped from the squad for the international season in June 2017.


The legend of netball has lost it. Gina Rinehart's $20 million sponsorship deal ended in the racial controversy, October 23, 2022
Natalie Medhurst (left) of Australia has slammed Netball Australia for bungling a $15 million contribution from Gina Rinehart's (right) mining behemoth. After Diamonds national team players protested her request, Australia's richest woman accused Netball Australia of virtue signalling. The players were concerned with Ms Rinehart's company because of Lang Hancock's racial remarks about Aboriginals in 1984.