Scoring goals is one thing but individually scoring more goals than collective teams is a rarity and not many have managed it in the style of Isabella McRobbie.
Described as an exciting young talent, McRobbie was irrepressible in attack during the 2021 Greater Northern League.
McRobbie was a thorn in every opponents' side as she notched 28 goals in just 17 matches, including a grand final goal, despite the Queechy Penguins going down in the grand final after a great season.
Her achievements have earned her a nomination in the Female Junior Sportsperson of the Year category in The Examiner's Junior Sport Awards.
McRobbie proved dangerous from the left-hand side of the Penguins' penalty corner set-up as she thundered in goal after goal from the set-play.
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To put those numbers in context, McRobbie was 12 goals better than the next top-scorer and managed more goals individually than four GNL teams did collectively.
"She was instrumental in giving our team a focal point up front and provided important drive into the circle when in attack," Queechy Penguins' Nic Duffy said.
"One of those players who can bust open a game with her strength over the ball and desire to score."
The 18-year-old has also been part of the Tassie Tigers Hockey One extended squad for 2021 to train with the senior Tasmanian representative side.
Being part of the extended squad meant McRobbie was a chance to play if there was an injury or form issue.
She also represented Tasmania in 2021 during the under-18s Women National Championships held in Launceston in April.
Memorably, McRobbie earned the extended squad honour with close friend and Penguins teammate Lucy Cooper earlier this year.
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Speaking about the honour at the time, McRobbie said she was excited to earn selection with Cooper after the pair had come up through juniors together.
"Lucy and I often travel down to Hobart [and] every weekend in GNL we travel to our away games together," she said.
"To be able to do this with her just makes it even more special to have that person with you doing it as well."
Those within Tasmania Hockey speak highly of McRobbie's potential with some tipping her as a potential national star for the future.
McRobbie also lends a hand at the other levels of hockey including coaching and umpiring.
Do you know someone who is contributing to Northern Tasmanian sport, whether through participating or assisting?
The Examiner's Junior Sports Awards, sponsored by Woolworths, provide acknowledgement of accomplishments by players, coaches, volunteers, teams and clubs across the region.
Nominations are open from Wednesday, April 14, and will close at midnight on October 4.
Entries must include a photograph of the entrant.