She's only 15 but Taree's Amarley Bron has carved out an impressive sporting CV.
She's a represented in touch football, rugby and basketball.
Now Amarley hopes to add rugby league to her list of credits. She's been included in the train-on squad for the North Sydney Bears Tarsha Gale Cup. This is one of the main women's elite under 18 competitions in Australia.
Amarley is the Manning River Times-Iguana Sportstar of the Week, earning a $50 open order at Iguana.
A student at Pymble Ladies College, Amarley has been at her Taree home since Sydney went into lockdown in June. She heads back to Sydney later this month, in time to start pre-season training with the Bears in November.
At this stage her rugby league experience is limited to a few games with the Taree Panthers in a nine-a-side competition run at Wauchope a couple of years ago.
However, she's played rugby for Gordon, both the sevens and 15s variety along with her school. She would have represented City against Country this year, however the game became a COVID casualty.
Amarley will be one of the youngest players in the Gale squad, but she still rates a herself a chance of making the final cut, even though she's never played a game of 13-a-side league. She's not even sure what position she'll be in line for.
"I usually play lock or half in rugby, so I guess that's where I'll be looking to play in league,'' she reasoned.
Amarley's not fazed about her lack of on-field league experience, given her background in union and touch.
"I've been kicking a footy around since I could walk and I've been watching footy all my life, I think I'll be okay,'' she smiled.
Her pathway to league came through the North Sydney Bears Touch Football and her coach Jordan Parsonage. She's played representative touch with the Bears and is a member of the open women's side to play in the State Cup in Port Macquarie in December.
Football was Amarley's first sport of choice when she was four.
However, this eventually gave way to touch football, where she represented Taree at the State Junior Cup and also the Northern Eagles Region. Amarley's also shows promise as a basketballer and represented the Taree Tornadoes before gaining a scholarship to attend Pymble Ladies College.
Since moving to Sydney she has represented Northern Suburbs while she was selected to play for NSW Country last year. Amarley plays netball, basketball, touch and rugby sevens for her school.
At this stage she has no favourite sport and hopes to be able to enjoy them all for as long as possible.
"They're played in different seasons so that makes it easier. I can play them all,'' she explained.
However, if it comes to the crunch Amarley said it's likely she'll opt for one of the rugby codes.