Ask Alahna Ryan, LillyAnn Mason-Spice, or Janalee Conroy what it's like living with the other two and the immediate reaction is the same.
"Wild" is how Ryan explains it. It's "pretty crazy", according to a grinning Conroy, while Mason-Spice dobs herself in as the one who throws the most banter around.
"They're a bit quiet, those two girls," she said.
It was only a few short years ago they knew very little of each other but now they're not only good friends and housemates, but three of the most exciting players in a revamped Dubbo Kangaroos women's side.
They might laugh and have a go at each other but it's clear the relationship they have off the field is benefiting the Roos on it.
Ryan and Mason-Spice bagged doubles in last weekend's opening round win over defending premiers Bathurst Bulldogs while Conroy also crossed in a result which fired a warning to the rest of the Westfund Ferguson Cup competition.
"On the footy field it's doing stuff without even telling each other because we play off each and know each other," Mason-Spice, an Australian A squad member who made the move to Dubbo from Forbes this year, said.
"I love playing with the girls," Ryan added.
"We all know how each other play and we've been playing together for a long time now so I really like it."
It's special for Conroy, as well, as she has taken her game to the next level thanks to the help of her new housemates.
From Brewarrina originally, Conroy has never played a full season of rugby prior to this year and has predominantly been known in league tag circles.
"They test me and make me push myself and get better. It's good, I love it," she said.
Each of the trio has made the move to Dubbo after starting their sporting careers elsewhere in the region.
While Conroy hails from Brewarrina and Mason-Spice made a name for herself at Forbes, Ryan first gained attention during her league tag exploits at Nyngan.
It's rugby that brought the three together though, with Ryan and Mason-Spice having played for the University of Canberra in the AON Uni 7s last year and they recruited Conroy to the club's development squad.
All three are set to play together in that tournament next year.
"We bring that experience from the top back here," Ryan said.
It's clear to see already that's paying dividends.
Last weekend the Roos women's side didn't look like one which was loaded with new players and had endured a stop-start pre-season due to COVID-19.
They ran in six tries, the other being scored by new recruit and former Wallaroos representative Bec Smyth, in the victory which even came as a shock for those involved.
"There's a bunch of different talent levels and knowledge of game and I think that will be great this year. It looks like an unstoppable team coming together," Mason-Spice said.
"I thought we might not do as well as we did but I'm excited and can't wait to see what's in store for us," Conroy echoed.
The Roos, coached by Gus McDonald and Kieran Smith, make the trip to Orange this weekend to take on a City side which had the bye in round one.
And while the three Roos housemates are excited about their side's potential, the biggest thing is just getting back on the park.
The season seemed in real doubt at one point earlier this year and the lockdown was a real struggle for those who are sports mad.
"Bloody oath it was," Ryan said.
"I've been sitting around doing nothing the whole time so it's good to be back."
"I was so bored all the time," Conroy added.
"It was terrible."
The Roos' clash with City kicks off at 11.40am at Orange on Saturday.