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|Born||12 October 1990|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|University||University of Otago|
|Last updated: 11 November 2011|
Shannon Francois is a New Zealand netball player, who is currently contracted to the Southern Steel in the trans-Tasman ANZ Championship. Francois, who is a midcourter has played for Otago in the National Provincial Championships since 2010. She made the New Zealand under 21 squad in 2011 and played against Australia in three tests. She was later named in the FastNet Ferns squad to compete the World Netball Series, in Liverpool in late November. Francois joined Silver Fern players Irene van Dyk, Maria Tutaia and Katrina Grant in the side.
She was named in the Silver Ferns for the Australian leg of the 2012 Quad Series, although she was not capped.
Shannon was also an exceptional sprinter while at school.
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