Sport has always been an integral part of Britney Mueck's life.
The passion started when she was growing up, kicking the footy around with her two brothers Kris and Lee in the family's backyard.
But initially her success didn't come in the form of the oval ball, it was on the fairways of golf courses throughout the region.
As a junior Mueck excelled with multiple Heathcote Golf Club Championships, roles on state junior squads and also at 16-years-old set the record for the Victorian Junior Long Drive titles with an impressive 255m drive.
Mueck played several tournaments with her older brother Kris, who went on to become a professional golfer, competing in several international tournaments.
But after years on the course, Mueck, now 26-years-old, wanted something new.
"I just got a bit over playing golf and wanted a change of scenery, I'm a bit of a rough nut," Mueck laughed.
"Growing up I also used to ride Motocross - I'm a bit of a tomboy and enjoy the rougher sports."
Unable to play football in the 2018 CVFLW season as she was pregnant with now 10-month-old daughter Lenni, Mueck made her debut this year, and what an impression she has made after only four rounds with Strathfieldsaye Storm.
Mueck is leading the league's goal kicking tally with 16, averaging four per game and was named as Player of The Week for her seven goals in the round one match against Kyneton.
Other players in the double figures for goal kicking include Golden Square's Amanda Carrod on 11 goals (2.75 per game) and Kangaroo Flat's Lily McNair on 10 (3.33 per game).
Storm sits within the top-three on the Central Victoria Football League Women's ladder in third spot with a 2-2 record.
The squad has endured losses to Kangaroo Flat and top dogs Golden Square, but secured wins over North Bendigo and Kyneton.
"So far the season has been awesome, I love getting out there on the field and having the opportunity to play," Mueck said.
"All the girls have great fun."
In addition to her duties with Storm and being a mother to Lenni - Mueck also juggles her job as a Senior Constable with the Bendigo Police.
"I'm working part-time at the moment which allows me to play football and spend plenty of time with Lenni, I just hope I don't get injured," Mueck laughed.
Based on Mueck's record as a determined sportswoman, anything is possible from here in regards to taking her football to the next level.
"I definitely want to continue playing footy, I will see how far I can get," Mueck said.
"In the future I wouldn't say no to a stint in a higher league."
But for now, Mueck is happy to keep playing with her beloved Storm and will let the future sort itself out.
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