The Sevenoaks Suns continue to make a statement about their intent to successfully defend their WBBL Championship crown after adding Australian player Jessica Good to their roster.
The reigning league champions and play-off winners have already brought back Cat Carr, Renee Busch and Julia Koppl, while swooping to land Janice Monakana and Vanessa Da Silva from the Nottingham Wildcats.
Now they will also have the services of Good, who has played regularly in her homeland with Adelaide Lightning in the highly-rated WNBL – considered as one of the best leagues in the global women’s game.
“I am looking forward to seeing Jessica play in the WBBL,” said Suns’ Head Coach, Len Busch.
“I think she is going to be a very good player in our league and I hope she will be happy with her first foray away from home.
“She looks to me to be a well-rounded player, who can play a lot of positions and that will benefit us a lot.”
As well as playing with Adelaide, the forward has also stepped out with Norwood Flames in the Australian State League, where she lines up alongside Oaklands Wolves star Meg Pritchard.
Good has racked up a massive season double-double of late, managing to harvest a superb 15 points and 11 boards per game.