Sarah Wall signs as an injury replacement player with Giants

IN FLIGHT: Camperdown's Sarah Wall, pictured playing for GWS, has been named as a permanent replacement player after impressing in her temporary contract. Picture: Getty

IN FLIGHT: Camperdown's Sarah Wall, pictured playing for GWS, has been named as a permanent replacement player after impressing in her temporary contract. Picture: Getty

A “SHOCKED” Sarah Wall has been gifted a Super Netball lifeline, signing on until the end of the Giants’ season as an injury replacement player.

The Camperdown export joined the Greater Western Sydney affiliate earlier this month on a temporary contract, impressing coaching staff with her class through the midcourt.

Wall, who replaced Giants captain Kim Greene, said she was thrilled to re-commit to the cause.

She said the chance to play under coach Julie Fitzgerald made the opportunity more attractive.

“I’ve always respected Jules as a coach, and I had heard the most amazing things about her,” Wall said.

“They all live to be true. She’s an amazing leader and I just want to do it to help her out in any way possible, I guess.

“I want to be any supporting role that the team needs and I’m just so lucky to be here.

“This team is a very close bunch that’s part of a big picture plan.”

Wall is a former NSW Swift, Queensland Firebird and Melbourne Vixen from a six-year elite career.

(Julie Fitzgerald) is an amazing leader and I just want to do it to help her out in any way possible.

Sarah Wall