Kadeen Corbin was a keen gymnast and a talented track and field athlete as a youngster, first starting to play netball at the age of 12.
Kadeen has been playing netball since she was 12. Her biggest inspiration is her older sister Sasha (who also plays alongside her).
She was part of the England squad that won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and plays in the Superleague for Saracens Mavericks.
Kadeen was inspired to concentrate on netball because she “loved” watching sister and fellow England team-mate Sasha playing when they were younger.
Now playing for Saracens Mavericks as a goal shooter and goal attack, Kadeen is an established England Netball International with more than 50 caps to her name, and is a full time athlete.
She plays in goal shooter and goal attack on England’s Roses Netball Team. During the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia, she was part of the England Roses team which won the netball gold medal for the first time defeating Australia in the final.
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