She's won Olympic gold and was a former Australian women's rugby sevens star.
Now, Bulli super mum Nicole Beck is coming out of retirement in a bid to guide the Wollongong Devils to state touch football silverware.
Beck, 31, will lead a strong women's over-30s team at the NSW Touch's State Cup in Port Macquarie. The tournament starts on Friday and concludes with the finals series on Sunday.
Wollongong Touch Football vice-president Tim Robinson said the association would send five teams - men's and women's - to the State Cup. He said their women's over-30s team had the best chance of winning.
"The women's over-30s have got to go in as one of the favourites, although some of them haven't played for a while," Robinson said.
"It's the return of the successful women's open team from back in the day. They won the Vawdon Cup grand final in 2010. They never actually won a State Cup, I think they lost one or two finals.
"Nicole Beck comes back in. She's gone away, won a gold medal, had four kids and now she's back. Ash Dobbins comes back after having a baby. She's a former Australian Open player and World Cup winner. Jess McCall, who is normally captain of our women's open team, she's playing over-30s this year. She's still the Australian women's open captain. Her sister Mel McCall will play too. Cara Zaremski is another staple in that side for a long time too.
"It's a ridiculously strong team so they're a big chance to win. Their biggest rivals will probably be Cronulla so you'd expect that to be the grand final."
Wollongong will also field three men's teams - including a premier league side - and one open women's team at the 2019 State Cup.
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