What does the name sharelle mean?

as a name for girls is an English name, and the meaning of the name Sharelle is “free man”. Sharelle is a variant form of Shari (English): variant spelling of Sarah. Sharelle is also a form of Sheryl (English, Old German).

Is Sharelle McMahon married?

Sharelle McMahon

Personal information
Spouse Brek Mansfield
Married 29 January 2005
Children 2
Netball career

What does Sharelle McMahon do now?

In her new role, McMahon will oversee all aspects of Victorian cricket’s female performance pathway, Premier Club promotion and support, preparation environments and engagement through secondary schools. Cricket Victoria Interim CEO Nick Cummins welcomed McMahon’s appointment.

Where was Sharelle McMahon born?

Bendigo, Australia
Sharelle McMahon/Place of birth

What was the first netball team called?

Early years It was also the world’s first international netball match. The Australia team included Lorna McConchie and the umpires included Anne Clark. Australia were due to tour New Zealand in 1940.

What year did Sharelle McMahon retire?

After taking a year away from the sport in 2012 for the birth of her first child, McMahon returned to the court in the ANZ Championship with the Melbourne Vixens, who she led to the 2009 title, before formally retiring from the game at the end of 2013.

Who is the most famous netball player?

Irene van Dyk MNZM (née Viljoen; born 21 June 1972) is a South African-born New Zealand netball player. A goal-shooter, van Dyk is one of the world’s best-known netballers and is the most capped international player of all time: in every game she consistently attained over 90%.

What are the 7 position of netball?


Position name Abbreviation Allowed in
Centre C Anywhere except the goal circles
Wing defence WD Centre and defensive third excluding goal circle
Goal defence GD Centre and defensive third including goal circle
Goal keeper GK Defensive third including goal circle

When did Sharelle McMahon have her first child?

But after playing one pre season match McMahon announced that she was pregnant and withdrew from the Vixens team for the 2012 season. Her son Xavier was born on 30 August 2012 and her daughter Ruby was born on 27 November 2015.

Why did Sharelle McMahon call time on her netball career?

CHAMPION goaler Sharelle McMahon has called time on her decorated playing career, saying she no longer has the ”desire and the passion” to put netball first. The former Australian captain said she had agonised over the decision since the Melbourne Vixens’ season ended, but concluded the time was right for her to ”move on”.

When did Sharelle McMahon captain the Melbourne Vixens?

Born in Bamawm, Victoria, McMahon captained the Melbourne Vixens in the ANZ Championship and played 11 seasons for the Melbourne Phoenix (as a captain for four seasons) in the previous Commonwealth Bank Trophy. She led the Vixens to the ANZ Championship title in 2009, defeating the Adelaide Thunderbirds in the grand final.

What did Sharelle McMahon do for a job?

Her first job was as a lifeguard at the Echuca pool. Her second job was a cash register operator at the Lockington Supermarket. When she finished VCE she started a Science Degree, but in her a second year of University she satarted training to become a dental nurse. She loved asking her patients questions and she learnt alot from it.