The former Dandenong player suffered a knee injury while representing the Emerging Opals at the World University Games.
“I had a hole in my articular cartilage and my meniscus that I had repaired two years ago was playing up and had frayed,” she said.
MAC Adelaide Lightning has suffered their first loss at home, with the Dandenong Rangers coming from behind to take the win in overtime by two-points, 83-81.n Lightning led by as much as 17-points during the third quarter, but couldnu2019t stop an aggressive fight back from the visitors.n Despite the loss, it was an impressive team effort from Adelaide, with five players scoring double figures (Seekamp 18pts, Bishop 17pts, Nicholson 10pts, Clydesdale 10pts and Planeta 11pts).
Seekamp led Lightningu2019s scoring, finishing with 18-points including four 3-pointers.n Bishop opened Adelaideu2019s scoring account and was influential from the get-go.
After playing on a swollen knee for six matches at the Uni Games, the 24-year-old was forced to rest, but a few weeks ago was given the green light to hit the gym.
“The boys at Pushing Performance have been putting me through a lot of cardio to keep me fit so we’ll see how that goes tonight,” she said. It’s been about eight weeks since I played my last game so I’m pretty keen to get out there,” she said.
There are 346 double rooms at the Planeta Hotel as well as 63 apartments and 28 family rooms, all of which have air conditioning and heating.