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Julie Page
Julie Page
DOB21st Apr 1983
BirthplaceManchester, England
Height1.88 m (6' 2")
PositionForward
ClubSheffield Hatters, UK
Caps63
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International Career:

Having represented England at junior level in 2000 and 2002, Page made her senior Great Britain debut in 2006 in a test match against Norway and followed that up with selection for the 2008-9 Division A campaign. Julie cemented her place as one of GB’s most vital scoring and rebounding threats in 2010, averaging 11.5 ppg and 7 rpg as the side won a place at EuroBasket Women Finals 2011 for the first time in history. Her outstanding play in GBs rise through that tournament saw her named as British Basketball Player of the Year, given to the most outstanding performer (male or female) on national duty. She was also named as the British Olympic Association’s 2011 Olympic Athlete of the Year for basketball.

Year by Year Stats:

 

PPG

RPG

APG

2011 EuroBasket Women Finals (Great Britain)

10

7.5

2.2

2010 European Division A (Great Britain)

11.5

7

0.7

2008-9 European Division A (Great Britain)

0

1

0.5

 

Club career:

Torun (2011- ), ESB Lille Metropole, France (2010-11), Pays d'Aix Basket Provence, France (2009-10), Banco di Sicilia Ribera  Italy (2008-09), TV 1872 Saarlouis, Germany (2006-8), East Washington University, USA (2002-6), Nottingham Wildcats (2001-2), Stockport Lapwings (1999-2001)

Page has featured in Europe's leading leagues since completing her college career at Eastern Washington University, where she was named in the Big Sky All-Conference Team in 2006. She spent the initial two years of her profession career in Germany with Saarlouis, winning the German Cup in 2006. Subsequently, she had spells in Italy, where she made her EuroCup debut, and France. She spent the current campaign in Poland with Torun. As a junior, she learnt the game with Stockport Lapwings and enjoyed a season in the EBL in 2002-3 with Nottingham Wildcats while attending Loughborough University.

Page has featured in Europe’s leading leagues since completing her college career at Eastern Washington University, where she was named in the Big Sky All-Conference Team in 2006. She spent the initial two years of her profession career in Germany with Saarlouis, winning the German Cup in 2006.

Subsequently, she had spells in Italy, where she made her EuroCup debut, and France. She spent the current campaign in Poland with Torun.

Year

Team

PPG

RPG

APG

2008-9

Ribera

9.6

4.8

0.6

2009-10

Pays d'Aix

14.3

6.3

4

2010-11

Villeneuve d'Ascq

6.4

3.3

2.1

 

Personal:

Originally from Stockport, she has one brother Keith, who has just completed his first professional season with Cheshire Jets of the British Basketball League. Mother, Cas, is a primary school head teacher in Manchester, who promoted team sports and extra-curricular activity. Julie is a self-confessed Olympics addict whose favourite single memory is the USA Dream Team in the basketball competition of 1992. She supports Manchester United and cites EuroBasket Women 2011 as her best sporting experience.

Trivia:

Julie was forced to fight back to fitness from a serious road accident during 2008 while playing in Italy. She sustained numerous injuries but returned better than ever.

Twitter:

@JuliePage10

 
Date Opposition Mins 2PT FG 3PT FG FT Reb PF Pts
13/08/2008
Ukraine Women
4




1

20/08/2008
Lithuania Women
6



2
1

Total Played 2 10
0
0
0
2
2
0
Averages
5
0
0
0
1
1
0
Competition Team Played Mins 2PT FG 3PT FG FT Reb PF Pts
2008 - FIBA Eurobasket Women 2009 Qualifying
Great Britain Women
2
10



2
2

2008 Total

2
10



2
2

2008 averages


5
0
0
0
1
1
0
Total - FIBA EuroBasket Women 2015

2
10



2
2

Total

2
10
0
0
0
2
2
0
Averages


5
0
0
0
1
1
0
A plus sign (+) in the played column denotes substitute appearance
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