Across the Western Women's Rugby League, Group 11 League Tag and a number of other sides and competitions, Kaitlyn Mason has seen plenty of the developing roster of talent coming up in the Central West.
While that slate of achievements has given her a pretty good idea of what's needed to keep the game growing in the future, it also makes the call for a longer season for the Western Women's Rugby League a little difficult to manage.
An idea proposed by Panorama Platypi under 16s coach Mick Roels would see the competition align with the wider League Tag competitions in the Central West, but that could cause headaches for Mason as a cross-code coach.
Despite that, she thinks the core idea, of playing a longer season, is something that will have to happen.
"It's a shame that there is that tricky schedule heading into the winter sports," Mason said.
"But I most definitely think it would work, the tricky thing is just how many of the other major sports operate around that time, I know it'd be pretty hard."
"A longer season, for the development of the game and the girls skills and the future of women's rugby league, it's something we do need to start looking at, it'd only be a benefit to the girls and help them go further if that's what they want to do."
Mason said a longer season would be something she'd like to see looked at, especially now club's are beginning to show off their depth.
"It's a much closer competition this year already, and it's really starting to show."