Caitlin Bassett is an Australian Diamonds Netball Player. She played for the West Coast Fever in the ANZ Championship and currently plays for the Sunshine Coast Lightning in the new Suncorp Super Netball Competition.
With two Netball World Cups and one Commonwealth Games Medals to her name, C-Bass is adept at shining on the international stage.
Bassett is the first shooter to win the Liz Ellis Diamond, which she received after an amazing 2015 season.
Off the court Bassett also initiated her “Standing Tall Program” and visits schools to encourage students to stand up to bullying.
Bassett was an integral part of Sunshine Coast Lightning’s premiership win in it’s first year as a club and the first season of the Suncorp Super Netball competition.
During the Diamonds 2016 Constellation Cup success Bassett also broke her personal best international record with an impressive 55 goals from 64 attempts at 86% accuracy.
Bassett will be representing Australia as the most experienced member of the 2017/2018 Diamonds squad and we are sure that she will continue to break records with her impressive abilities as one of Australia’s most recognisable sports women.