Harvey’s international netball star Donnell Wallam has broken her arm in just her second game for the Leeds Rhinos in England. The heartbreaking incident, which is expected to see the shooting prodigy sidelined for eight weeks, happened just a game after her successful 46-goal shooting spree in the Rhino’s 65-35 win over the Celtics. Speaking exclusively to the Harvey-Waroona Reporter last week, the former Waroona Demon said it would not slow her down and she was “hungrier” than ever. “It’s not my shooting arm so I’m looking forward to shooting again and working hard in rehab. “I’m keen to get back to the gym.” The 27-year-old had surgery after hitting her arm with her knee cap. “I’m doing OK, it’s been pretty painless after having surgery,” Wallam said. “It’s a bit of a struggle mentally, but I’ve received so much support from the team, family and friends.” Wallam said her fans in the UK and back home in the South West had encouraged her to persist. “I have felt so much love, it’s pretty overwhelming,” she said. “If anything it’s made me hungrier.” Wallam signed with the Leeds Rhinos last year, a team competing in the UK Netball Superleague for the first time. The 191cm-tall shooter was signed on a two-year contract after two seasons with the West Coast Warriors in the WA Netball League, where she claimed two grand final MVP awards and Jill McIntosh Medals for league best and fairest. She was previously plucked from the Waroona Demons.