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20 stars for 2022 | Andie Robinson

Andie Robinson may be getting set for another season with Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in the 2022 Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership but she is already a star in the making and tracking towards a big future in football.

A local product form St Patrick’s College in Sutherland, Robinson only picked up the code in 2020 after time playing touch and rugby sevens, yet she has seemingly found her feet with ease in Rugby League.

Off the field, the talented 19-year-old remains involved with the Sharks as a writer for the media team while currently completing a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of Wollongong.

Following strong seasons in both the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup and the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership, Robinson was selected in the 2021 Under 19s NSW Women’s Origin side which beat Queensland 16-12 on the Sunshine Coast.

Although Robinson has already made major strides in such a short space of time playing Rugby League, she has plenty of fans within the club walls at the Sharks who are well aware of where her talent can take her.

“Andie playing NSW (Under) 19s Origin in just her second year of Rugby League is a pretty good indication of the ability she has,” Sharks Development and Pathways Manager Glenn Brailey told sharks.com.au.

“She is a quality player, someone who I believe will certainly play NRLW in the years to come and she has a bright future in the game.”

Robinson evidently has the work ethic and the talent to see much more success in her playing career to come – fans and NRLW clubs alike should remember the name.