WA star signs with OneFortyOne Pioneers

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WA star signs with OneFortyOne Pioneers

The OneFortyOne Pioneers women’s side has added to its roster, signing a Western Australian star.

Tayah Burrows, 22, has signed on for the 2024 NBL1 South conference season.

The 179cm Burrows has played 37 games in the NBL1 West competition as a Rockingham Flame, averaging 16.65 points and 6.22 rebounds per game, proving herself to be a vital member of the team.

Burrows has previously played for Perth Lynx in the WNBL and Washington State in the USA College competition.

Pioneers Head Coach Matt Sutton said he was excited that Burrows has chosen to be in Pioneer colours for 2024.

“I’m very excited to have Tayah join the group for 2024,” he said.

“Tayah will quickly become a fan favourite with her competitiveness and toughness.

“Her rebounding as a guard will help our ability to play fast; we cannot wait to have her here in the Mount.”

The OneFortyOne Pioneers and the Castec Rural Pioneers will commence their 2024 NBL1 South campaigns in April 2024.

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