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Mo'onia Gerrard is a former professional basketball player who played for the Australian Opals and the WNBL's Sydney Uni Flames. She was born on 15 November, 1980 in Bathurst, Australia. Gerrard began her basketball career at the age of 16, playing for the Bathurst Flames in the WNBL. She then moved to the Sydney Uni Flames, where she played for four seasons. During her time with the Flames, she won two WNBL championships and was named the WNBL Player of the Year in 2004. Gerrard was a member of the Australian Opals from 2002 to 2008, and was part of the team that won the bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics. She also represented Australia at the 2006 World Championships and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Gerrard retired from professional basketball in 2008 and is now a tan technician. She is married to former Australian Opals teammate Kristi Harrower and they have two children. As of 2021, Mo'onia Gerrard's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.

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Occupation Tan technician
Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 15 November 1980
Birthday 15 November
Birthplace Bathurst, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Mo'onia Gerrard Height, Weight & Measurements

At 42 years old, Mo'onia Gerrard height is 1.8 m .

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Mo'onia Gerrard Net Worth

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Gerrard is also greatly admired for her dedication to the community, mentoring younger people, promoting healthy lifestyles and sporting and personal excellence, particularly in disadvantaged communities. On 14 March 2013 the New South Wales Parliament's Legislative Council voted unanimously to commend Gerrard on her outstanding service to the community.


In 2011, played her first season with the Swifts since 2007. At the ANZ Championship, Gerrard played her 50th ANZ Championship match against the West Coast Fever in round 4. Gerrard also played her 150th domestic match in round 5 against the Canterbury Tactix. Both of these matches were played in Sydney. In addition, Gerrard is currently the only Australian player to have her team in the finals series with the Thunderbirds (2008-2010) and the Swifts (2011).


Later in 2010, Gerrard announced that she will return to Sydney to play for the New South Wales Swifts.


Shortly after the 2007 Netball World Championships Gerrard announced that she was relocating from Sydney to play with the Adelaide Thunderbirds in the new ANZ Championship. Gerrard played three seasons with the Thunderbirds, reaching the playoffs in all three years and winning the championship in 2010.

In November 2007 Gerrard played a key role for Australia when it won the Netball World Championships beating New Zealand in Auckland. She missed the Diamond's inaugural World Netball Series campaign in 2009 with an ankle injury, but rejoined the national team for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, winning silver. She also played at the 2011 World Netball Championships in Singapore, primarily as a wing defence. Gerrard has earned herself 68 Test Caps for Australia.


Gerrard made her comeback to competitive netball in 2006, and quickly fought her way back into the Australian team. Her strong defensive combination with Sydney Swifts teammate Liz Ellis played a major role in Australia reversing their losing streak against New Zealand in mid-2006, and Gerrard has laid claim to the goal defence position ever since.


She was first selected in the Australian netball team to take on the Silver Ferns on Australian soil in November 2004. A series of injuries curtailed her participation in competitive netball throughout 2005, and forced her to miss the 2006 Commonwealth Games.


Late 2003 saw the demise of Gerrard's Sandpipers team, so she relocated to cross-town rivals the Sydney Swifts. Gerrard's relocation was followed by a string of serious injuries, with an ankle injury keeping her out of the 2004 season, and a knee reconstruction curtailing her comeback in 2005. This knee reconstruction also prevented Gerrard from competing at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, in which Australia lost the gold-medal match to New Zealand.


In the Commonwealth Bank Trophy, Gerrard played five years with the Sydney Sandpipers and during that time received the 1999 Best New Talent Award and shared the Player's Player Award in 2003.


Mo'onia Frances Gerrard OAM (born 15 November 1980 in Bathurst, Australia) is a former Australian netball player of Tongan descent. Her netball career commenced at a very young age; she would often participate in training sessions of her mother's senior Dee Why Beach Netball Club team. When she was old enough to register in a team, Gerrard commenced playing with Narrabeen Youth Club and was later selected to represent Manly Warringah Netball Association at State Age, State Championships and State League. She was an Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder. Gerrard is a current member of the Australian national team, and from 2011 is playing for the New South Wales Swifts in the ANZ Championship. She is the sister of Australian rugby union player Mark Gerrard.