Last year Riverside Olympics Wing family - Georgia, Chelsea and Amelia - combined for five championship medals across senior and under-16 level.
Georgia (19) coached a team featuring Chelsea (16) and Amelia (13) to the under-16 title before the older two helped the Roos to their maiden senior title.
This year the talented trio are out to play in the same senior team.
The youngest of the Wing sisters hopes to be receive special permission to play senior soccer this season.
The Riverside High student and Skill Acquisition Phase program member has the resume to make her case having matched it with players several years her senior in last year's under-16 title.
She also captained an NTJSA under-12 representative side to within an extra-time goal of winning the Oceania Cup in 2018 and is excited at the prospect of lining up alongside both her sisters in 2020.
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Until that debut comes, Amelia is enjoying gleaning off coach and oldest sister Georgia in the under-16s.
"It's good, I like it a lot - she's very helpful when she coaches, she explains things well and she helps me out a lot," she said.
"It's quite fun learning off [my sisters] because they've been playing longer than I have obviously and they've had more experience so it's fun to learn and get to know everything a bit better.
"Hopefully I'll be able to play with these two every Saturday."
The talented defender was one of only five players to play all 18 games in the club's breakthrough women's Northern Championship title last season and did so while also turning out for the under-16s.
To cap it off, Chelsea scored the goal that clinched the championship in the final-round clash with Northern Rangers.
"I really enjoyed it last year, it was really fun," she said.
"It definitely helped me improve a lot as a player and helped the under-16 girls as well because you're learning so much from the older girls.
"It was also really good to be able try to connect those two teams and build that bridge between them to try and help those girls keep going through."
The challenge of playing for two teams goes up a level this season as she progresses to the under-18 boys side and faces the prospect of back-to-back Saturday games.
"If I train hard I should be able to do it," the Launceston College year 11 student said.
"Last year it was Friday nights under-16 girls and Saturday was championship women's - you get pretty tired but it's not too bad. You do a bit of training but I kept up with it all.
"I really enjoy it and I do want to keep getting better and improving."
The oldest Wing has added senior captaincy to the under-16 coaching role this season.
"That at the moment for me is pretty big because I'm still fairly young in the women's team really," Georgia said.
"There's a lot of players that have been around for many years playing in that same team longer than me so being able to do that is pretty big."
This season is shaping up to be the defender's last at Riverside for some time, with plans in place to study a bachelor of exercise and sport science on the Sunshine Coast next year.
She then hopes to make her way into health and physical education teaching and eventually find a path back to Riverside.
In the meantime, Georgia is putting everything into raising up Olympic's next generation of senior players while continuing to enjoy her own playing career.
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"I think probably grade 5 and 6 especially I wanted to get into HPE teaching and that's still the plan now, so coaching has definitely helped that mindset that yes, this is what I want to be doing," she said.
"I've done other coaching with cheerleading and dance as well - soccer's definitely the one I love most though, [I'm] so passionate about it.
"At this club there's some really good young players, especially coaching the girls and trying to help the junior club and the junior female players to continue on and move through to the women's and the senior club.
"That's a big thing I'm really passionate about at the moment, getting those players to stick around because they are really talented."
So where did Riverside's Wing sisters get their passion for soccer?
Mum Jo says she's not sure - she grew up playing netball while Dad Rob played footy.
Nevertheless, the pair share almost as much enjoyment in the sport as their daughters.
"We know from February, March through until September that's just our life," Jo said.
"Chelsea was the first one that kicked off when she was six and it became a bit of a given that you play soccer. Everyone enjoyed it so we've all come along and it becomes the family affair of 'off we go to soccer each week'.
"We're lucky we live local and both myself and my husband are part of it as well, it's a good club and culture to be around."
The 2020 season hits round two this weekend with Riverside's senior women travelling to Ulverstone following a loss to Devonport while the under-16 Matildas played their first game of the season on Friday night.
"It's nice to get underway again for the season because we've all missed it I think," Jo said.
"Even those freezing cold Fridays standing out at Churchill Park, I wouldn't miss it."
"[Riverside has] a really good culture and feels like family which is really awesome," she said.
"We love playing here - I don't think we'd want to be anywhere else really."