Former Perth Orioles and Australian star Jessica Shynn will headline the latest inductees into the Netball WA Court of Champions at the Jill McIntosh Medal on Friday night. The former Diamonds midcourter will be joined by fellow former WA and international stars Susan Fuhrmann and Kate Beveridge in being part of the soon-to-be 21-strong group. Aileen Travers, Ingrid Huisken and Diane Martin (nee Jackson) will also be posthumously inducted as well. Shynn, played 87 games for the Orioles and was part of their “Magnificent 7” which was chosen from all the players from the club’s first 11 years. She made her debut for Australia in 2004 and was part of the 2006 Commonwealth Games silver medal-winning team. Shynn said it was special to be inducted into the Court of Champions alongside so many other former stars. “What is most exciting about it is I get to involve all my children, my parents and my partner and they get to see about my achievements,” Shynn said. “Because netball was such a big part of my life there are so many friendships that I’ve made.” Fuhrmann made her debut at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, made 33 appearances for Australia and was part of the 2011 World Cup winning squad after making her debut for Orioles in 2007. Beveridge is a former teammate of Shynn’s, with the former shooter playing 16 games for Australia between 2008 and 2011. Travers was the 25th player to represent the Diamonds when she made her debut in 1960, while Huisken made her debut in 1963 at the first world championships. Martin played one Test for Australia in 1982 and was a highly credentialed star in WA state netball. They join the likes of Jill McIntosh, Val Eaton, Dianne McDonald and Gaye Teede in the illustrious Court of Champions.