Trish Fallon was a member of the Opals during one of the teams most successful periods. She played 224 games for her country and won two Silvers and one Bronze medal at Olympic competition, and won a Bronze medal at the World Championships. At the 2004 Athens Olympics, Trish was the captain of the Opals. In 1991 she was voted Youth Player of the Year in the WNBL. She has played in Europe with clubs in Germany, Italy, and Spain and played in the WNBA with Minnesota and Phoenix. Trish had a memorable career with the Sydney Flames and was named MVP in the team’s 1997 grand final win, and was named WNBL Most Valuable Player ( with Lauren Jackson) in 1999-2000 her last season in the WNBL. She has played 251 games in the WNBL and won two titles with the Sydney Flames in 1993 and 1997. In 2003 she was awarded the Maher Medal for the Female International Player of the Year. In 2004 she was named to the WNBL’s 25th Anniversary Team. She currently works in administration for the Sydney University Flames. She is a member of the BA Hall of Fame.