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Germany national team playmaker to pull strings at Hatters

Westfield Health Sheffield Hatters are continuing to turn heads with their impressive recruitment drive ahead of the 2018-19 WBBL season after adding German national team guard, Levke Brodersen to their roster.

The player has represented her country in the past two Qualifying campaigns for the FIBA Women’s EuroBasket, as well as stepping out with Germany at various youth levels. In the most recent windows for the FIBA Women’s EuroBasket 2019, she has been handed almost 25 minutes per game in a national team jersey.

Meanwhile Brodersen has spent her entire club career competing in the DBBL with Saarlouis Royals, averaging 6.6 points and 4 assists per game last season in domestic competition. She also has brief EuroCup Women minutes on her resume too.

She will line-up alongside other new arrivals in Alison Gorrell, Luiana Livulo and Sarah Toeaina – as well as a string of returnees including the likes of the free-scoring Helen Naylor.

Something which suggests Hatters could be one of the favourites for silverware across all the various WBBL competitions this season.