North Albury defender Elyse Boyer is ready for her first taste of Ovens and Murray inter-league netball.
The 19-year-old is one of nine players selected to play against the Mornington Peninsula league at Rosebud on Saturday.
Boyer said she's excited for the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the best in the competition.
"It will be really good to play with the girls that have been playing a lot longer than I have," Boyer said.
"They've all got such great experience and I think there's so much I can take away from the opportunity".
Boyer is one of two players that stayed at North Albury from last season's side, with the team seeing a major shake up this year.
It's also a family affair at the Hoppers for Boyer, with mum Fiona coaching the A-grade side.
"We're quite a young club and I think one of North's greatest assets would be our ability to develop juniors," Boyer said.
"I might be a bit biased, but I think her (Fiona) experience is pretty invaluable," she said.
"She's always good to have around, but at the same time, I'm excited for inter-league to have some other coaches and experience something different."
The talented young defender has also racked up her fair share of achievements in the water, playing water polo through the summer for the Albury Sharks.
"They kind of balance each other out," Boyer said.
"By the end of the waterpolo season, I'm ready for netball to start, and by the end of netball season, I'm ready for waterpolo to start."
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