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Majella Carey signs on for 2024

Gold Coast, 31st January 2024 – The North Gold Coast Seahawks proudly announce the signing of Majella Carey for the upcoming NBL1 North Women's season in 2024. The addition of Carey to the team marks a significant milestone for the North Gold Coast Seahawks, as they continue to build a formidable roster for the upcoming campaign.


Majella Carey brings a wealth of talent, experience, and leadership to the North Gold Coast Seahawks. As a seasoned professional with a proven track record, Carey is expected to make a considerable impact on the team's performance during the 2024 season. Known for her exceptional skills on the court, strategic prowess, and unmatched dedication to the game, Carey is set to be a key player for the Seahawks.


Upon returning from her collegiate career which saw her have stints at Simon Fraser University and Lincoln University, Carey suited up for the Townville Flames for 2023 NBL1 North where she averaged 10.79ppg and 7.00rpg. A current development player for the reigning premiers the Townsville Fire in WNBL, Majella will be a significant part to our success in 2024. 


Coach Caddie Jeffries expressed excitement about the acquisition, stating, "Maj epitomises my vision for where I want to bring our team and program and I couldn’t be more excited that she has decided to make the move to Seahawks. Majella is a smart, high IQ, competitive player who is a great defender and an even harder worker, someone who will do what’s best for the group and embrace her role. Even more importantly, Majella is a high- character person who is an asset to have around our group and the club."


Majella Carey shared her enthusiasm about joining the North Gold Coast Seahawks, saying, "I am honoured to be a part of such a dynamic and ambitious team. I am eager to contribute my skills and work alongside my talented teammates to achieve our collective goals for the upcoming season."


The North Gold Coast Seahawks and their fans eagerly anticipate seeing Majella in action, and her addition to the team is expected to create a buzz in the NBL1 North Women's league.

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