Brittany Breayley-Nati has achieved almost everything in rugby league.
Her footballing resume contains a World Cup win with the Australian Jillaroos, Origin games for Queensland, an NRLW title and a Dally M female player of the year gong.
Brittany Breayley-Nati - Signs - Video 2021
She returns to the NRLW competition in 2021 after sitting out last season due to work and family commitments and says she's determined to add another line to that CV - an inaugural title with the Gold Coast Titans.
The 30-year-old hooker says her competitive spirit will kick straight back in when the Titans NRLW squad begins training in a fortnight.
"If anyone knows me I am a really competitive person so I like to think that I bring a bit of spark to the field," she said.
"What really drive me is that I hate losing so even if it is with the kids at home and we are playing a board game I have to win."
Breayley-Nati's footballing journey began in central-Queensland, before taking her south to chase representative honours.
"I grew up in Mackay and started playing rugby league when I was 17.
"I have a rugby union background, my father and my two brothers and my sister all played rugby union so I was around that growing up.
"Then I started with Magpies in Mackay with Renee Kunst and Deanna Turner, a couple of proud Australians and Queenslanders and then in 2013 I made a trek down to Brisbane in hope of pulling on a Queensland jersey.
"In 2014 I was able to do that and then I played in the Jillaroos in 2014, I played in the first inaugural Broncos side in the NRLW and in 2019 I went to St George Illawarra and now I've found my home at the Gold Coast Titans.
"Our team is shaping to be a really robust roster and I'm really excited that I get to be a part of it and I'm hoping to bring the (NRLW) trophy back to the Gold Coast."