Player Profile – Belinda White
|Debut:||2011 Canada Cup|
|Club Team:||Sturt Falcons|
|State Team:||SA Starz|
|Date of Birth:||18 July 1988|
After initially playing teeball and baseball with her older brother, Belinda started playing softball at the age of 11 and made her debut for South Australia at the 2004 U16 Girls’ National Championship.
Two years later, she was part of the South Australian team that won the 2006 U19 Women’s National Championship and the following year, was selected as a reserve for the 2007 Australian U19 Women’s team.
Making her debut for the senior South Australian team in 2008, Belinda continued to develop her game. In 2011, she was selected to make her senior Australian debut at the Canada Cup and has been a regular part of the senior Australian team ever since, playing at four World Championships.
Belinda has also spent time in the Netherlands, playing semi-professionally for league team DSS Haarlem.
Belinda White hits the winning home run in the grand final of the 2019 Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball.
|Article – June 2016: Why Belinda has gone Dutch|
|2018:||XVI Women’s Softball World Championship, Chiba, Japan|
|2016:||XV Women’s Softball World Championship, Surrey, Canada|
|2014:||XIV Women’s Softball World Championship, Haarlem, Netherlands (bronze medal)|
|2012:||XIII Women’s Softball World Championship, Yukon, Canada (bronze medal)|
|2019:||Player of the Grand Final, The Summer Slam – Fully Loaded Softball|