Gold Coast 2018 will be Amanda's second Commonwealth having previously competed in Glasgow in 2014.
Amanda will compete in the Women's Singles, Women's Doubles (with Joelle King) and Mixed Doubles (with Zac Millar). Amanda holds a January 2018 World Ranking of 38, and the World Doubles Championship 2016 and 2017 Gold medal in the Women's Doubles with Joelle King.
At the 2014 Commonwealth Games Amanda reached the final 32 in the Womenn's Singles. Amanda was paired with Joelle King in the Women's Doubles where they reached the Quarter-Finals before losing out to India. In the Mixed Doubles Amanda was paired with Paul Coll where they reached the quarter-finals before being knocked out by Australia.
Amanda was born and raised in Rotorua and this is where she currently resides.
Amanda is currently coached by Danny McQueen, she is 26 yrs old and is NZ Maori of Taranaki and Te Ati Awa descent.
Amanda also enjoys watching other sports, the outdoors, cooking and baking in her spare time.