Representative honours: New South Wales Country (2017-2019); New South Wales State of Origin (2018-19); Australia Prime Minister's XIII (2018); Australia Jillaroos (2018)
Wheeler will forever be known as the St George Illawarra Dragons' first-ever Women's Premiership Player of the Year following a breakout season in 2018. Signed following her State of Origin debut for New South Wales in 2018, as well as two years of featuring in the Country NSW team, Wheeler continued her lofty rise through the ranks with selection in the Prime Minister's XIII and Jillaroos teams in quick succession. It's an impressive feat from an individual who has only played the game since 2017. Wheeler was rewarded with one of 19 elite female NRL contracts as a result and will be sure to continue reaping the rewards of representative football in 2019. Wheeler will travel from Newcastle to play for the Dragons this season, and has been named vice-captain. She is also a representative hockey player having captained the New South Wales and Australian Country hockey teams. Wheeler works in family and community services – housing and has two children, Leo (6) and Jake (4).
Career By Season
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