Kaitlyn Bryce / Abigail Latu-Meafou / Fiona Fowler / Cathrine Tuivaiti / Shimona Nelson Bongi Msomi / Adelaide Thunderbirds

From press release The club confirms that tonight’s event marked the last occasion Kaitlyn Bryce, Abigail Latu-Meafou, Fiona Fowler, Cathrine Tuivaiti, Shimona Nelson and Bongi Msomi represent the Adelaide Thunderbirds with the players not returning to the club.

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Kaitlyn Bryce / Abigail Latu-Meafou / Fiona Fowler / Cathrine Tuivaiti / Shimona Nelson Bongi Msomi / Adelaide Thunderbirds

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