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Brigginshaw broke her right fibula in three places in 2015. During her recovery she took up Muay thai and boxing, she now is the national champion and reigning Australian Golden Gloves Novice A champion in the 69 kg category.
In June 2018, Brigginshaw, along with Brittany Breayley, Heather Ballinger, Teuila Fotu-Moala and Caitlyn Moran, were named as the five marquee players for the Brisbane Broncos women's team which will commence playing in the NRL Women's Premiership starting in September. In August, she was named captain of the side.
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