Amorette Wild - Height Birthday Zodiac Biography

Amorette Wild’s height is 5ft 10in (1.78 m)

Amorette Wild (also known as Amy Wild) (born 10 August 1989) is an Australian netball player in the ANZ Championship, playing for the Queensland Firebirds. Wild previously played with the NSW Swifts From 2009 – 2010. She has also played in the Australian Fastnet team in Liverpool 2011. She graduated from Westfields Sports High School in 2007. A Fairfield City Netball Association junior, Amorette (pronounced Am-oar-ray) has come through the ranks to represent New South Wales at the 17/U, 19/U and 21/U age groups. Quiet by nature, Amorette rose to prominence during the Australian Netball League and DOOLEYS State League, where she played an integral role in her teams’ success, including the Netball NSW Waratahs maiden ANL victory in 2011.Since making her ANZ Championship debut in 2009, Amorette has gone on to become an integral part of the NSW Swifts ‘moving’ shooting circle, earning a nomination for ANZ Championship Best Young Player in 2012. Amorette’s journey to the NSW Swifts is a unique one – she had her first taste of elite netball when she was a ball girl for the Swifts as a teenager before going on to be a member of the Swifts squad in the former national league at the age of 17. At 23 years of age, Amorette will be suiting up for the NSW Swifts for her fifth season in 2013. Amorette played her 25th ANZ Championship game when she took the court at wing attack against the Northern Mystics in Round 10 of the 2013 ANZ Championship at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre. After the Swifts season in 2013 Amorette made up her mind and moved north to the Queensland and play for the Firebirds alongside 2013 premiership winning rookie Stephanie Puopolo. Amorette Spent 1 year with the Sydney Swifts in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy, That year being the last year of the competition 2007.

First Name: Amorette
Last Name: Wild
Born: 10 August, 1989
Height: 5ft 10in (1.78 m)
Astrological Sign: Leo
Nationality: Australian
Occupation: Pre-school teacher

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