From hoofbeats to try lines: Wilton's league return

Wilton's farm: From outback cattle station to the Women's Super League | Jess Malloy

From the dusty plains of a remote outback cattle station to the bright lights of the Women's Super League, Remi Wilton is gearing up for a mighty comeback in rugby league.

The former Australia A rugby union star has traded in her hat and boots for a jersey with the reigning Betfred Women's Super League champions, York Valkyrie.

Wilton, once a captain for the powerhouse Canberra Raiders, put her rugby career on hold to tend to the cows and kangaroos of rural Queensland.

But now, she's ready to lace up her boots and show the world what she's made of on the rugby league field.

With her experience on the pitch and her grit on the farm, Wilton is sure to bring a touch of Aussie flair to the Valkyrie squad.

Fans can expect her to hit the ground running and make a real impact, just like she did in her Australia A days.

As she joins forces with her new teammates, Wilton is ready to tackle any challenge that comes her way.

And with her determination and strength, there's no doubt she'll be a force to be reckoned with in the Women's Super League.

Watch out, world - Remi Wilton is back, and she's here to play.

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