New South Sydney Rabbitohs women's team star Bryanna Murray is loving life in the women's team after a starring performance on the weekend.
Helping Souths claim the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership with a hat-trick against the North Sydney Bears, Murray is happy to be a part of what she describes as an electric feeling.
"It's just electric its crazy in there its such a good feeling everybody confident everybody is hungry for the win and it's just a good feeling," said Murray.
Receiving high praise from all around including Head Coach Danny Allende, Murray was just delighted to be part of a winning team after a difficult start to her Rabbitohs career.
"Its definitely a new experience considering my first game we didn't go too well," Murray laughed.
Once again playing on the wing, this time outside leading try scorer Taleena Simon, Murray was happy to mix up her position again to help her grow more as a player as she gears up for a big finals series with her teammates.
"It's all a new experience and a learning curve but I'm really looking forward to more opportunities wherever I can get them," said Murray
"It's good to mix up different positions and learn how everybody else on the field plays.
"I don't know what happened but I was just backing up Taleena and it just seemed to keep going and it was great it's a good feeling."