FORMER WNBL star Becca Tobin has quickly moved on from Bendigo Spirit, signing a temporary contract with Belgian-based Euroleague club Castors Braine.
Tobin, 31, will remain with Castors Braine until the break for the pre-Olympic tournament in early February as a replacement for Celeste Trahan-Davis, who has a broken finger.
Her signing was announced late Friday (Australian time).
The club immediately welcomed Tobin, who was shooting 8.3 points and 10 rebounds per game this season, before being let go by the Spirit.
"Becca has often performed well, being very regular and having a very good reading of the game," said Castors Braine.
Belgium is the latest stop in a professional career spanning nine years for Tobin, which has included stops at Parma (Italy), Alba Iulia (Romania), Miskolc (Hungary), Angers (France) and Wasserberg (Germany), after playing college ball with Arizona State University.
The hugely popular Tobin joined the Spirit in 2018-19, averaging 11.4 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists in an outstanding first season in the WNBL.
She also played one season with the Bendigo Braves in the NBL1 competition.
A statement released by the club on December 12 said Tobin had been released due to 'off-court matters' and 'it was in the best interests to part ways'.
Castors Braine next plays against TTT Riga on Wednesday, January 8.
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