| Place Of Birth || New South Wales, Australia |
| Residence || New South Wales, Australia |
| Occupation || Athlete and Market Development Manager |
| Playing Position || Goal Defence, Goal Keeper and Wing Defence |
| International Debut || 2001 |
| Number Internationals || 28 |
| Club || Sydney Swifts |
| Influential Person || Parents |
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
| Injuries || Alison had two knee reconstructions in the early 1990s. |
| Other || Alison has been in the Australian Netball Team since 1999, and has been a member of the highly successful Sydney Swifts in the National Netball League since 1997.|
Australian coach Norma Plummer says Alison is a hard working defender who can extend her skills to three different defence positions. She is also praised for her determination and strength.
She first represented Australia at an international tournament in 2001 and since then has been part of Australian teams at the Manchester Commonwealth Games and the 2003 World Netball Championships in Jamaica.
Alison is a supporter of developing opportunities for women in sport and has extensive communication and public relations skills.
Off the court, Alison enjoys swimming, shopping, going to the movies and having dinner with friends. Her favourite food is Thai cuisine.