Sunshine Girls among Suncorp Super League players set for salary increase

Jamaica's Sunshine Girls who ply their trade in Australia are set to receive a salary increase after Netball Australia put forward an immediate offer on Wednesday to pay all players in the Suncorp Super Netball League.

The deal would see all players receiving an agreed 11 percent pay increase across the contractual period and back pay from October 1, while negotiations continue with the Australian Netball Players Association on an agreed revenue share model as part of a three year collective player agreement deal.

It would also allow the contracting period to begin for all Suncorp Super Netball Teams. Under the new agreement, minimum salaries will rise to $46,600 Australian dollars and the average salary to $86,500 over the term of the collective player agreement.

Seven Sunshine Girls, Jhaniele Fowler, Shamera Sterling, Latanya Wilson, Jodi-Ann Ward, Shimona Nelson, Romelda Aiken-George and Kadian Dehaney plied their trade in the Suncorp Super Netball League last season.



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