PLAYING HISTORY & ACHIEVEMENTS
Collingwood FC AFLW 2017 & 2018
St Kilda Sharks 2015-17
Melbourne FC 2015
3 x All-Australian Youth Girls
Vice Captained Australian Breeze Team in New Zealand
Eva-Peers Medal 2015
Shannon McFerran Medal 2013
St Albans Youth Girls 2012-14
NAME: BRITTANY BONNICI
CLUB: Collingwood FC/ St Kilda Sharks
EDUCATION: Studying a Bachelor of of Social Work at Victoria University
RESIDENCE: Sunbury, Victoria
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING...
“Brit is one of the best young talented midfielders in the game and has been one of Collingwood's most consistent players in 2017”
-Wayne Siekman, Collingwood FC Women's Head Coach
Brittany is very mature for such a young age with an impressive footballing history. She’s toured New Zealand as the vice-captain of the Australian AFL High Performance Academy, captained Victoria Metro Youth Girls to a national carnival title in 2015, has been selected for the Youth Girls All-Australian Team three times, at 18 years old played for Melbourne in the 2015 exhibition match and played every AFLW game for Collingwood in 2017.
Brit is currently studying a Bachelor of Social Work at Victoria University and frequently volunteers with Ladder, supporting youth homelessness. She also works with special needs schools around the Melbourne area. In her little spare time Brit enjoys hiking, swimming and going out for brunch with friends and family.
Brit is an elite runner and considers it as one of her biggest strengths. She is a valued member of the Collingwood FC team and is known for her ferocious tackling skills. The rising star midfielder will continue to play for Collingwood in for the 2018 season.