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Michaela Dalgleish was born on 22 August, 1983 in Australia. At 37 years old, Michaela Dalgleish height is 5 ft 10 in (179.0 cm).

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Age 37 years old
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Born 22 August 1983
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Nationality Australia

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In 2010, Dalgleish played for the Canberra Nationals in the Waratah League, which will join the SEABL in 2012. In the 2010 Grand Finals loss versus Grand Final, she scored 19. She played for the team again in 2011. She was the team's captain.


Dalgleish joined the Canberra Capitals for their 2006/2007 campaign and continued to play for the team during the 2007/2008, 2008/2009, 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. She was part of the 2006/2007 Capitals side that won the WNBL Championship, playing 19 games that season and averaging 1.3 points per game. She played in an October 2006 game against the Rangers. She was part of the team that won a WNBL championship during the 2008/2009 season. She missed the first two games of that season because of a back injury. She attended the 2010/2011 team award ceremony that took place at the end of the season before the finals.


Dalgleish plays guard. She first played basketball as an eight-year-old. She had a shoulder injury around 2003 that put her basketball career at risk. The shoulder injury necessitated a total shoulder reconstruction.


In 2002, she enrolled at the University of Portland and attended the university for a year. In 2003, she started a degree programme at a university in Queensland. In October 2011, after two and a half years of enrolment, she graduated from the University of Canberra with a Bachelor of Education in Primary Teaching. As part of her degree program, she did student teaching at Radford College. As a student, she maintained a grade point average above 6.5. While attending the University of Canberra and playing for the Canberra Capitals, she also was the University of Canberra's research ethics and compliance officer. After finishing her degree, she retired from playing professional basketball to focus on her teaching career. After stopping teaching at Canberra Girls' Grammar School, she has moved to Singapore.

Dalgleish had a basketball scholarship at the University of Portland in 2002/2003. As a freshman, she was a starter for 22 of the team's 24 games. She played only one season with the University of Portland team before moving back to Australia.


Dalgleish has not played for the senior national team. She has competed internationally as part of Australians as part of the 1998 and 2000 Australian School Girls Team and as part of the 2001 Australian Oceania Tournament Team. At the Australian Oceania Tournament, she won a gold medal.


Michaela Dalgleish (born 22 August 1983), more commonly known as Dally, is an Australian basketball player.

Dalgleish was born on 12 July 1983. She is 179 centimetres (70 in) tall. In March 2011, she attended the Sport for Women Day at the University of Prook and participated in an outdoor zumba class alongside some of her Canberra Capitals teammates.


Dalgleish has a sister, Kirby Dalgleish, who also played in the WNBL, playing for the Townsville Fire when Dalgiesh was playing for the Canberra Capitals. Her father played for the Canberra Cannons, a now defunct team in the NBL. He also represented Australia as a member of the Australia national basketball team at the 1980 Summer Olympics and 1984 Summer Olympics. Her mother is Rhonda Dalgleish and she was a member of the Canberra Capitals during her own basketball career.