|Born||21 September 1993|
Noble Park, Victoria
|Listed height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Clydesdale made her Women's National Basketball League debut in 2010, for the Dandenong Rangers. She has since remained a consistent member of their roster. She was a member of the Rangers, 2011–12 championship winning team. In May 2016, Clydesdale was re-signed by the Rangers for two more seasons.  Clydesdale will head to South Australia for the 2017–18 season, after signing with the Adelaide Lightning for two seasons.
Clydesdale was a consistent member of the Australian's women's junior teams. She represented Australia at the inaugural FIBA Under-17 World Championship for Women in Toulouse, France where Australia placed seventh. She was then named to the Gems squad and helped them take home the Gold at the Oceania Under-18 Championship and qualify for the World Championship the following year in Chile. Clydesdale was once again named to this squad, where they were narrowly defeated in the Bronze medal match by Brazil, finishing the tournament placed fourth.
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