Susan Leanne Pettitt (née Pratley on 23 March 1984) is an Australian international netball player, who plays goal attack or goal shooter. She has been a member of the Australian national team since 2006, replacing the likes of Eloise Southby-Halbish, Megan Dehn, and Cynna Kydd. Prior to this she was quite an experienced campaigner as captain of the Australian 21 and under team, and the national league team AIS Canberra Darters. She made her first debut in 2002 with Sydney Sandpipers.

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  • Susan Leanne Pettitt (née Pratley on 23 March 1984) is an Australian international netball player, who plays goal attack or goal shooter. She has been a member of the Australian national team since 2006, replacing the likes of Eloise Southby-Halbish, Megan Dehn, and Cynna Kydd. Prior to this she was quite an experienced campaigner as captain of the Australian 21 and under team, and the national league team AIS Canberra Darters. She made her first debut in 2002 with Sydney Sandpipers. From 2003 to 2005 Pettitt was the cornerstone of Australia's development squads, with her notable leadership, composure, and shooting accuracy and reliable volume. Then in 2006 she joined the Sydney Swifts national league team to suddenly become a partner to shooting dynamo Catherine Cox, and with both Cox and Sharelle McMahon in the Australian team. She has captained the Australian 21U Team and was Vice-Captain of the Australian 21U Team which competed in the World Youth Cup in Fort Lauderdale where they finished third. Pettitt captained the AIS Canberra Darters in 2004 and 2005 and finished her netball scholarship at the AIS at the end of 2005. She moved to Sydney in early 2006 and made her debut for Australia at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games at which she was a recipient of a silver medal. Four months later Susan was named player of the match after an outstanding performance against the Silver Ferns in Australia. She was the vice-captain of the New South Wales Swifts in the ANZ Championship, though since 2017 has been a member of the Giants Netball team in the new Suncorp Super Netball league. She announced her retirement from domestic and international netball at the end of the 2018 season. (en)
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  • Susan Leanne Pettitt (née Pratley on 23 March 1984) is an Australian international netball player, who plays goal attack or goal shooter. She has been a member of the Australian national team since 2006, replacing the likes of Eloise Southby-Halbish, Megan Dehn, and Cynna Kydd. Prior to this she was quite an experienced campaigner as captain of the Australian 21 and under team, and the national league team AIS Canberra Darters. She made her first debut in 2002 with Sydney Sandpipers. (en)
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