Madison Browne








Australian Diamonds and Collingwood Magpies


Wing Attack / Centre

Career Highlights and Awards

  • Commonwealth Games 2018 Silver medal
  • ANZ Championship MVP (Aust Conference) Winner – 2016
  • ANZ Championship Premiership – Melbourne Vixens 2014
  • ANZ Championship All Star Wing Attack 2013, 2014
  • ANZ Championship Player of the Year 2012
  • International Player of the Year 2012, 2014
  • Liz Ellis Diamond Winner 2012, 2014
  • Australian Squad Member 2006 – 2014
  • Australian Diamonds Team 2010 – current
  • Commonwealth Games Gold Medal 2014
  • Melbourne Vixens MVP 2013, 2016
  • Melbourne Vixens Runner Up MVP 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015
  • West Coast Fever MVP 2009, 2010
  • Australian 21/U Player of the Year 2008
  • Best New Talent 2006
  • Rookie of the Year 2006


Madi is one of Australia’s most distinguished netballers who is best known for her dominance through the centreof the court. As a young athlete, Madi was recognisedin 2006 as the Best New Talent as well as the Rookie of The Year. Following this, Robinson was also recognized as the 21/U Australian Player of The Year in 2008. Continuing her early success, Madi represented Australia in 2009 at the 21/U World Championships and successfully helped Australia win the title.

At nationallevel, Robinson began her career at the Melbourne Vixens in 2008 before leaving for the West Coast Fever in 2009. Madi’s debut year at the Fever was the beginning of a tremendous string of success. Over 2009 and 2010, Robinson was awarded MVP for the West Coast Fever before returning to the Vixens ahead of the 2011 season. Robinson’s return to the Vixens in 2011 saw her win the MVP award in 2013 and 2016 whilst being runner-up MVP in years 2011-12 and 2014-15. Such success at the Vixen’scan largely be attributed to Madi’s stellar 2012 year. In this year alone, Madi won the Holden Australian International Player of the Year award, Australian ANZ Championship Player of the Year award and the prestigious Liz Ellis Diamond, the highest individual honourin Australian netball.

On an international level, Madi has furthered her success and has proven that she is one of the greatest netballers’sthe game has seen. In 2014, Madi was the first Australian to win a second Liz Ellis Diamond award whilst also winning her second International Player of the Year award. Since debuting in 2010, Madi has been a key centre-courtplayer in the Diamond’smake-up and has experienced great success with them to date, winning 3 Constellation Cups (2011, 2013, 2014) and 1 Gold Medal in the 2012 Commonwealth Games.

After suffering a tragic knee injury in 2015, Madi was ruled out for the remainder of the year. However,after dedicating herself to her rehabilitation, Madi came back to the 2016 ANZ Championship season and dominated. Remarkably, Madi was awarded the 2016 ANZ Championship’s MVP for the second time in her career. In the wake of her success, Madi opted to take a new path in her career as she joined the Collingwood Magpies ahead of the inaugural 2017 Suncorp Super Netball. Furthermore, Madi was also named the inaugural captain of the new team, a vote that was unanimous by her teammates and coaching staff.

Madi played well in the 2018 Commonwealth Games where the Diamonds took home Silver in a nail-biting thriller against England. Away from netball Madi is a qualified physical education teacher and a die-hard health and wellbeing fanatic who has very strong family values.

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