Geva Mentor is widely regarded as the best netball player in the world. Selected for England at just 15 years of age, Geva has built a career around athleticism, the ability to read the play and a desire to do what's needed to be the very best. Moving to Australia to play with the Adelaide Thunderbirds, she achieved success, including a Premiership and Grand Final Most Valuable Player award. In 2010, Geva moved to Melbourne to join the Vixens. She had continued success, winning the 2014 Premiership, three club Best & Fairest and two Runner up awards in the six years she played for them. In 2017 Geva moved to the Sunshine Coast, leading the Sunshine Coast Lightning to the inaugural Suncorp Super Netball Premiership. Geva was honoured to be selected Captain in an incredibly strong playing group and she led by example all year with numerous best on court performances. She also took home both the Club and League MVP accolades, as well as being selected Suncorp Super Netball GK of the year. Geva achieved the pinnacle in her sport with the English Roses, as they reached the 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold medal match for the first time in history. They claimed the gold medal in a 1 goal thriller against the Australian Diamonds on the Gold Coast in XXI Commonwealth Games. Geva now plays for Collingwood Magpies in Melbourne, and is in the 2019 England Roses World Cup squad.