| Place Of Birth || Koo Wee Rup, Victoria, Australia |
| Residence || Melbourne, Victoria, Australia |
| Occupation || Civil Engineer |
| Playing Position || Goal Keeper, Goal Defence |
| International Debut || 1996 |
| Number Internationals || 44 |
| Club || Melbourne Kestrels |
| Commonwealth |
| Manchester 2002|
Kuala Lumpur 1998
| Other || Janine burst onto the netball scene in 2005, winning the Norwich Star Player of the Year award. She was selected in the Australian Open Team for the first time the following year.|
She has been a key member of the Melbourne Kestrels in the Commonwealth Bank Trophy ever since the competition's founding in 1997. She served a stint as captain in 2004.
Janine was a member of the Australian team which won the inaugural Commonwealth Games gold medal in 1998 and was also part of the 2002 gold medal-winning Games team. In 1999 she played an integral role in Australia's victory at the World Championships. She was also a member of the 2003 Australian World Championships team.
Janine rested for the majority of the 2001 season to have her first child Damon. She sat out again in 2005 due to pregnancy and gave birth to her second son Heath in September, 2005. She is currently the only mother in the Australian team.
Janine's most feared opponent is New Zealand shooter Irene van Dyk. Aside from netball she enjoys listening to music, singing and athletics.