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Najvada George



Player Bio

170 cm
89 kg
Date of Birth:
21 February 1999
Melbourne, VIC
Previous Club:
Junior Club:
Werribee Bears

Representative honours: New South Wales City (2019); Combined Affiliated States (2018); Australia Prime Minister's XIII (2018); Under-17s Australian Sapphires basketball (2015-16); Victoria State basketball representative (2010-16)

Born and bred in Melbourne, George is a multi-talented sportswomen who was first identified by Dragons coach Daniel Lacey while playing for the Combined Affiliated States at the inaugural National Championships 18 months ago. This has since materialised in the form of a 2019 Dragons Women's Premiership contract. George has gone from strength to strength from there having since played in the 2018 Australia Prime Minister's XIII team in Papua New Guinea. She made the move to Sydney to play for the Wests Tigers in the NSW Women's Premiership in 2019 and was duly rewarded with a New South Wales City berth at this year's championships. George comes from a basketball background and only started playing rugby league in 2017. George has won gold medals at not only the FIBA Oceania Championships but also five school championships, while also playing for the Dandenong Rangers in the WNBL (2015-16) – where she won Junior Player of the Year. She works at Rebel Sport.


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