Steel chief executive Sue Clarke believes having the ANZ Championship MVP locked in will help with their player recruitment for next season.
Shooter Jhaniele Fowler has picked up a third end season award, named the most valuable player in what was her debut year.
As franchises head into the off season transfer market, Clarke believes Fowler will be a key asset in retaining and attracting others. Fowler has re-signed for two more years.
Kua tipakongia e Jhanielle Fowker he taonga mo te kaitakaro tino nui i roto i te whakataetae ANZ ina hoki koia nei tona tau tutahi. Hei ta te kaihautu matua o te karapu no Waihopai ka aro atu nga kaitakaro puta noa i te motu mehemea ko te kapa Southern Steel ta ratou kapa na te pakari o Fowler. Me te harikoa a te kaihautu a Sue Clarke ki nga pujkenga a Fowler, he momo painga no Jamaica te uptake o tona takaro. Kua haingatia e Fowler he kirimana ki noho a ia ki waenga i te waenga i te kapa Steel mo te rua tau.