Kody ‘The Power’ House is hanging up her lingerie league gear and stepping in to play in the Queensland Women’s Rugby League team.
House played in the Australian version of the Lingerie Football League and believes the change of codes will do her good.
House makes her debut for Queensland against perennial foe New South Wales. The Queenslanders have 17 straight interstate victories, but find themselves going into this game as underdogs.
The side has been decimated by injuries, including the loss of star Ali Briggenshaw, and will field 9 debutants!
House is a qualified diesel mechanic from Central Queensland. She is a big, powerful woman who has earned her nickname and the respect that comes with it.
At 80kg of cut muscle House will line up in the centres. She says she is a direct ball runner, preferring to steamroll through tacklers rather than sidestep them.
And she is an athlete.
House began her sporting career as a star soccer player. She made the top grade in Brisbane before switching to sevens rugby union, where she played for Queensland.
FHouse then code-hopped to AFL; then moved again to American football and the Lingerie Football League.
She has the glam and she has the wham.
The game kicks-off at 1300 Smiles Stadium (home of the NRL Cowboys) at 2:45pm this Saturday.
Fans are promised lots of action, lots of hits, and plenty of skill as this fierce rivalry continues.