Kelsey Browne is renowned for her dynamic footwork around the circle edge while her ability to pierce through the defence of her opposition is second to none. Suffering from an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury late in 2019 there is hope that the nippy midcourter will return to the court later in the season and inflict pain with her quick feeds and impressive vision. She does a wealth of work over the transverse line to bring the ball down the court and feed into shooters Shimona Nelson and Nat Medhurst. Her ability to work her way into the game and toil hard is a real asset of her game, never out of the contest such is her never say die attitude.
Browne uses her clever placement to position well on the circle to be a damaging prospect for the Magpies. Her connections through the midcourt is also imperative in helping to create space in the attacking third and setting up scoring forays. The use of quick hands to continuously fire passes into the goal circle keeps defenders guessing, making her a constant threat for the Magpies if she can find space. Though she is small in stature it is her speed and ability to control the ball that makes her such an influential player in the Magpies frontline.