Ahead of the nib Newcastle Knights introduction to the NRL Telstra Women's Premiership, we sat down with the squad members who are creating history in the red and blue.
We caught up with another prodigous local talent in Caitlan Johnston to get to know her a little better.
An Indigenous All Star and Prime Minister's XIII representative, Johnston was named as the Club's first NRLW signing and has also been part of the Jillaroos camp.
Name: Caitlan Johnston
Junior Club: Windale
You're journey in the game, where have you played before?
I started with the Windale Juniors and I come through the Tarsha Gale Cup system with the Knights. I went onto play my first NRLW game with the Sydney Roosters and played in the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership with the Roosters. I've also played for the Prime Ministers XIII, Indigenous All Stars and was 18th woman for the Jillaroos.
How excited are you to be a part of the first-ever NRLW side for the Newcastle Knights?
Stoked! It's good to be home and to be able to play in front of our family and supporters.
What is your hopes and expectations for the season ahead?
We just want to set the standards for the girls coming through the pathways and to lead from the front as an experienced player.
Anything with Samuel L. Jackson in it. Snakes on a Plane is alright.
Best piece of advice you've received?
Play your heart out and take any opportunity.
Where did you grow up?
Who is most important to you?
My whole family and my partner.
Greatest on-field moment?
Carrying the flag out on my back during Indigenous All Stars.