Awards

2012
Liz Ellis Diamond
2012
ANZ Championship Player of the Year
2012
Australian International Player of the Year
2014
Australian International Player of the Year
2014
Liz Ellis Diamond

Positions Played

CCentreWAWing Attack

DOB

5th January, 1988

Height

168cm

Place of Birth

Geelong, Victoria

Career

2010-2018

Test Debut

14th February, 2010

Caps

61

About

Madison Robinson (nee Browne) began her career with the Melbourne Kestrels in 2006. She has moved around clubs frequently. Leaving the Kestrels for the Vixens in 2008, to West Coast Fever in 2009, back to the Vixens in 2011 before joining the newly formed Collingwood Magpies in 2017.

Robinson’s career is a slew of consistency and strength, showing that center-court is just as important focal point as either of the rings. In 2012 Robinson won the ANZ Championship Player of the Year, Australian International Player of the Year and the Liz Ellis Diamond Award. In 2014 she was awarded the Liz Ellis Award and Australian International Player of the Year, becoming the only player to have won the Liz Ellis award more than once.

She first represented the Diamonds in 2010 during a tour of England and continued her International career as a part of the Commonwealth Games teams, winning Gold in 2014 and Silver in 2018.

In 2015 Robinson ruptured her ACL during a Vixens game and took the rest of the season off to have surgery. She came back with full force in 2016, captaining the Vixens in 2016 and the Diamonds in 2017. Showing once again why she deserved to represent the Diamonds for 9 years.