Linking the midfield with the forward line, attacking Queenslander Sue Monteath debuted at A international level against New Zealand in 1979. A busy, productive and attacking player who could also always be relied upon in a defensive situation, she represented Australia for over 10 years, captaining the side from 1984 to 1987. In all, she represented Australia 46 times, including 23 at A international level. She played in the first Oceania Cup in 1983, scoring a hat-trick in Australia’s 13-0 defeat of Fiji. She captained Australia on the tour of China in 1984, again in the second Oceania Cup in New Zealand in 1986 and in 1987 in the World Invitational Tournament, scoring in Australia’s 6-0 defeat of Hong Kong bringing her career goal tally to four. She was inducted into the FFA Hall of Fame in 2004.