With 18 days to go for the 2022 NRLW season, we caught up with our squad members to get to know them a little better.
We sat down with ex-rugby union player and winger Tamsin Barber to discuss her journey from the UK into rugby league and her love for a good Christmas film.
From Epsom, England, Barber grew up playing rugby 7's at school before joining the Bath Rugby Ladies in October 2015.
In 2017, Tamsin played for Richmond Rugby Union before moving to Sydney to play first grade for Easts Rugby Club in 2020.
The outside-back is ready to make her mark on the NRLW competition.
Name: Tamsin Barber
Junior Club: Bath Rugby Ladies (UK)
How did you find Rugby League?
Rugby League found me. Andre Ponga came along to one of my games and I watched the NRLW season earlier this year.
Your journey in the game? Where have you played before?
Richmond and Bath Rugby Ladies back home then East Rugby in Sydney.
Where is your hometown?
Epsom in Surrey, England.
What are you most looking forward to this season?
Just getting around the girls and learning from them. We have some great girls and a great atmosphere here.
What are your goals for the 2022 season?
Making my debut with the club.
Favourite Shapes flavour?
Worst gift ever received?
At Christmas, we do a Secret Santa with a £5 -£10 ($8-$18 AUD) gift. One year, I received a personalised loo roll with my face on it.
I love Christmas films so Home Alone.
Greatest on-field moment?
Scoring a try back at my club in East. The crowd was roaring.
Greatest off-field moment?
Coming out here to Australia and creating a life for myself.
Do you have any sporting heroes?
Jessica Ennis-Hill and Jonny Wilkinson.