Attending her first Netball World Cup in 2019, lofty shooter Te Paea Selby-Rickit made the most of her recall as the Silver Ferns went on to secure the title in Liverpool.
After missing out on the Northern Quad Series earlier in the year, Selby-Rickit rebounded in style. Benefitting from a full pre-season with the Steel, including specialist shooting sessions throughout the season, Selby-Rickit’s game continued on an upward trend in 2019. Able to play both shooting roles with equal effect make Selby-Rickit a valuable asset and her international presence showed growing maturity throughout the 2019 World Cup.
After making her Silver Ferns debut in 2016, Selby-Rickit has become a leader in an influential Steel attack line, consistent court time over the last couple of seasons adding to her repertoire and court craft.
Height, shooting nous and attacking smarts make Selby-Rickit a constant threat in the circle while her subtle court craft extends to clever off-loads and the ability to be a playmaker. A strong mover while also having the ability to play a holding role make Selby-Rickit a dangerous shooting opponent.
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