Date of Birth: 27/11/1991
Occupation: Athlete, student
Previous Clubs: Team Bath (2010-2013), Hertfordshire Mavericks (2013-2015), Loughborough Lightning (2015-2016), Mainland Tactix (2016-2017)
- England (56 caps as of October 2017)
- Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games champion with England
- Superleague champion 2013
Kadeen, who helped England to a historic Commonwealth Games gold in 2018, is back in the famous Blue & Gold for a second spell.
Her previous stint, from 2010-13, ended with Kadeen playing a key role as Team Bath won the Superleague title for a record fifth time. She had first represented the franchise with the Team Bath Toucans development squad in 2010, having spent the previous 14 months recovering from a serious knee injury. She also played for the University of Bath while studying Sports Performance before progressing to the Superleague squad in 2011.
A promising junior, Kadeen first started playing for Brunel Hurricanes youth squad at 14 and was part of an undefeated title-winning team in 2008/9. She also competed for England at the U17 European Championships in 2007 and the U19 European Championships in 2009.
She is now part of England Netball’s senior performance squad and represented her country at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games before helping the Roses to a historic gold at the Gold Coast 2018 Games.
Since leaving Team Bath in 2013, Kadeen has also played for Hertfordshire Mavericks and Loughborough Lightning in the Superleague before spending the 2016-17 season with New Zealand’s Mainland Tactix in the professional ANZ Championship.