Playing in national leagues for over 15 years Erin Bell began her career with the NSW Swifts in 2008 before moving to the Adelaide Thunderbirds in 2010.
In her final two years with the Thunderbirds she captained the side 2016-2017, moving to Collingwood for 2018 before retiring.
She was the first player in the Trans-Tasman competition to win three premierships; 2008 (NSW Swifts), 2010 (Adelaide Thunderbirds), 2013 (Adelaide Thunderbirds) and she was also consistently chosen to play in the Fast5Netball World Series in 2014 (Co-Captain) and 2016, winning silver both times.
Bell represented the Diamonds in the 2011 Netball World Cup, where the team went on to win gold. Bell’s ability to shoot long range was an asset to her time with the Diamonds.
During the 2015 World Cup against South Africa she achieved the title of most goals shot in a Diamonds game; 33 with a 94% accuracy.
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