Liz is one of Australia’s highest profile elite athletes and most successful netballers ever. She surpassed the record for most test matches played for Australia in 2005 and captained the Sydney Swifts and Australian Netball Team until her retirement in 2007.
Liz's career highlights include 3 World Championships, 2 Commonwealth Games Gold Medals and 4 National Premierships (Sydney Swifts), as well as being named Australia's Most Valuable Player on four occasions.
Liz is also a highly successful and experienced broadcaster. Appearing on television and radio as a sports commentator and presenter, and is the expert commentator on Network Ten and Fox Sports for the Trans Tasman Netball season broadcast. Liz’s articulate and engaging wit and down to earth manner has also seen her in demand on many entertainment programs on both radio and TV and broadcasting for ABC Local radio around the nation.
In 2009, Liz became a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the Australia Day Honours for "services to netball and the encouragement of women in sport, and to the community through support for a range of charitable organisations". In 2015, Liz developed a live stage show, The Centurions, with other netball greats Sharelle McMahon and Catherine Cox, offering fans an unprecedented and entertaining insight into their private, professional and public lives.
Her achievements, strategies and philosophies on life are inspiring. Liz was crowned the winner of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here in 2023.