Romelda Aiken-George

Romelda Aiken-George
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    Kingston, JAM
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An experienced international star and three-time premiership player, Romelda Aiken-George joins the Thunderbirds for 2024 with a wealth of knowledge.

The Adelaide Thunderbirds added one of netball’s biggest names to their shooting line-ups in 2024, welcoming international star Romelda Aiken-George.

Aiken-George brings a wealth of experience to the side having played 214 national league games and serving as a key player in Jamaica's national team for over a decade.

She has been a dominant force on the national stage since she signed with the Queensland Firebirds in 2008, helping them win three premierships and collecting two back-to-back MVP trophies in the process.

After 14 seasons with the Firebirds, she joined the NSW Swifts in 2023 where she recorded a significant 847.5 Nissan Net Points.  

The prolific goal shooter currently holds the record for most goals in a grand final with 63 and became the first player in SSN history to score 3500 goals.

Off the court, Romelda lives with teammate Shamera Sterling-Humphrey and Romelda's daughter Gigi who has also become a much-loved member of the Thunderbirds family.