WE'RE not satisfied yet.
That's the message from The Rock-Yerong Creek captain Sarah O'Leary, who expects to retain the vast majority of the Magpies squad which cruised to a third straight Farrer League premiership on Saturday.
Looking for their first 'three-peat' in club history, the Magpies dominated the first half to lead by 11 goals against Charles Sturt University, before winning by the same margin.
"I've talked to most of the girls and they're all pretty keen to come back next year, they're just as keen as ever," O'Leary said.
"It's not hard at all (to motivate them to win more premierships), they're just as hungry as ever."
While a number of the team has won three flags in as many years, Magpies defender Ella Finemore has achieved the feat in unique fashion.
In 2017 she juggled playing with the Magpies and the Riverina League's Wagga Tigers, helping both teams to premierships.
She played at Turvey Park last season before making a triumphant return to TRYC.
The versatile Finemore is just at home as a shooter, but found a home in defence in the back end of the campaign alongside O'Leary.
It allowed Caren Hugo and Lily Wild, best on court in the grand final, to dominate in the shooting end and free up Emily O'Leary to provide spark at wing defence.
"I love defending with Emily but if feels natural with Ella also, she just give that bit of height in the circle," Sarah O'Leary said.
Finemore said a fast start in the grand final was key after the Bushsows beat them in their only loss this year in the qualifying final.
"As soon as that first whistle was blown we were on top, I think we knew we had to do that anyway," Finemore said.
"As soon as we got an intercept or a touch that's when the doubts come to them.
"Sarah's really easy to play with, she's always guiding me and giving tips. It was a good half of the season in defence.
"I don't mind where I play at all, I'm happy to go where the team thinks I'm needed. Our shooting end was amazing as well, so I'm happy to be in defence.
"I think we were a bit too confident about it and the (qualifying final) loss made us switch on and work hard."