I was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy just after my second birthday. I was lucky enough to be associated with The Centre for Cerebral Palsy in Perth. Before I started school I had intensive physio and occupational therapy as part of their early intervention programme. Through the Centre for Cerebral Palsy we were given a flyer on local Paralympic Sports, and football was one of the sports. Having played club football since I was 5, it was only natural that I went and had a look. So at the age on 10 I joined the WA Paralympic Football Team. I was fortuntate to represent WA in 2012 in the National Paralympic tournament in Rockhampton. I have been part of the WA Squad ever since. I was chosen to reprsent Australia, as a Pararoo, in the June 2015 World Games in England. I unfortunately had to pull out at the last minute due to injury. However, I was able to compete in the U19 CPISRA World Games in Nottinhgam, England in August 2015.