The only things left in rugby league for Isabelle Kelly to achieve can be counted on one hand.
It’s why the Roosters captain remains hungry but also as content as she’s ever been.
One day Kelly is planning out the next five years of rugby league career in the hope of finishing her time in the game as a Rooster.
The next, she’s telling teammates she could bow out this season and retire at 27 if the side goes on to win a second NRLW premiership.
“I said that to Keeley [Davis] the other day that if we win this year I could retire, and then I said ‘you’re full of sh*t Isabelle, you’re not going to retire’,” the star centre joked to NRL.com. “But then even if we did achieve it, the next year I would probably say the same thing.
“I just want to be there on grand final day lifting that premiership trophy. That’s the last thing I want to tick off in my career. It would be the icing on the cake.
“I’ve been very lucky with everything that has come…