Rising star Demi Skinner is back for another season with the Villawood Bendigo Spirit.
The 24-year-old forward will return to the court for the 2021/22 competition after strong performances with the Spirit during the past two seasons.
Skinner showed her strength during previous seasons and averaged seven points per game during the 2021 tournament while playing defensive roles.
She will be able to take her game to the next level this year alongside the other key players that've been signed in Tessa Lavey, Leilani Mitchell and Anneli Maley.
"I'm really excited to get out on the court with the group this year," Skinner said.
"I can't wait to see what the season has in store for us."
Spirit coach Tracy York said Skinner continued to improve each season with the club.
"She has grown as a player and teammate over that time and established herself as an outside shooter who can hit from range," she said.
"She is versatile on the court and effectively adapts to players around her.
"Demi is a great teammate and is very coachable. We're very happy to have retained her, to keep building the program."
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