Eboni Usoro Brown
England Netball Player
Eboni was part of the amazing 2018 Commonwealth Games Roses team which won Gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast as well as winning bronze at the Netball World Championships in Liverpool in 2019.Speaker enquiry
Eboni played for England Netball at under-17 and under-19 level before being named as under-21 captain in 2009 leading the squad to the World Youth Championships. By that point she had already made her senior Roses debut, against Malawi in 2007.
She joined Team Bath Super League in 2005 helping the Blue and Gold secure four Superleague titles during a five-year spell, before signing for The West Coast Fever, a team in the ANZ Championship based in Perth Australia in 2012. She was former Australian Diamond’s coach Norma first signing for the West Coast Fever’s 2012 season. After twice being named as Fever’s Most Valuable Player (2013 & 2014), Beckford-Chambers moved to the Adelaide Thunderbirds for the 2015 season. She has since returned to Team Bath Netball where she was named Captain for the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 Superleague seasons.
After helping England to bronze medals at both the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2011 Netball World Cup, Eboni was named as Player of the Series as England recorded a historic 3-0 series whitewash against Australia in 2013. She also represented England at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and 2015 Sydney World Championships.
Having prepared for the 2022 Commonwealth Games at the Australian Super League Club, Brisbane Firebirds, Eboni added to her senior International caps in Birmingham as part of the England Team at this year’s Commonwealth Games, before announcing her retirement from International Netball with an impressive 117 caps.
Alongside being in the Netball Hall of Fame, Eboni graduated with an undergraduate degree in Law (LLB (hons)) and Masters in Commercial Law (Merit) from the University of Bristol. She is a qualified Solicitor and combines her law work with being a mum to Savannah (2) and working for Sky on their Netball coverage.”View more