One of the select group that have played and coached at international level, Teede was a talented centre and wing attack who also captained Australia to a Netball World Cup title in 1971.
She represented Australia for 13 years, making her debut at the 1967 world titles in her home city of Perth.
After a seven-year break to raise twins, returned to the national team in 1978 and was vice-captain of the 1979 side that was joint winners of the world championship. However, a serious knee injury during that tournament ended her playing career.
Teede later coached Australia in five Tests in 1990 for an 80 per cent winning record.
Teede also mentored many of Australia’s up-and-coming stars at the Australian Institute of Sport in the 1980’s and 1990’s – including coaching Australia to victory at the inaugural World Youth Cup played in Canberra in 1988.
She coached the Perth Orioles in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy between 1999 and 2002
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