2006 Alumni Olympic Debut | Coomera Anglican College

2006 Alumni Olympic Debut

Jade Wall

Congratulations to Coomera Anglican College's 2006 Past Student Jade Wall for making it into the Australian Softball team for the Tokyo 2020.

Jade will make her first Olympic berth with the Australian Spirit when they descend upon the pitch in Tokyo when Softball returns to the Games after a thirteen year absence.

Jade began playing softball at nine-years-old and graduated from Coomera Anglican College in 2006. Jade accepted a scholarship to play softball with the Queensland Academy of Sport. 

By 2006, she had been named to the Queensland Women's Open team, the youngest on the squad at only 17 years of age. 

Jade will head into her first Olympics familiar with the atmosophere of international competition. In 2011, Jade was selected to the All-Star team that competed at the Canada Softball Cup in 2011. 

Jade has been a member of the Australian team since 2009, previously training with the last Softball team to compete at the Olympics in 2008. 

From the Cacaburra's - we wish Jade all the best.