I have tried other ready-meal delivery brands but Lite n’ Easy ticks all the boxes for me. I love the meal size, taste and variety. I also love that they are supporting professional female athletes.
Home is where the heart is and for Hannah this is in Newcastle, playing for her hometown club and alongside sister Jesse. Being this close to home means Hannah’s Lite n’ Easy often goes “missing” with her whole family admitting they love the meals too!
I had an ACL injury and rehab to overcome before the 2023 season, and having a partner like Lite n’ Easy was crucial. Their high-protein meals helped with muscle repair and also allowed me to maintain my weight and healthy living during this time, so I could return to the field at my peak.
As captain of the Knights, NRLW champions two years in a row, Hannah is integral to building a great squad for the club’s success now and into the future. This success is based on a team-first attitude. “Lite n’ Easy has been a core part of my support team ensuring that I spend less time on meal prep and more time on rehab and training to come out on top of the 2023 season.”
A member of an elite group of athletes
As a five-time NSW representative and two-test Jillaroo – Hannah is one of an elite group of athletes to have represented Australia in three sports. Beginning her career as a soccer star with the Newcastle Jets in the Australian W-league, she became the league's youngest goalkeeper in 2014 at just 15 years of age.
She went on to represent Australia in the under-17 and under-20 national teams, before setting her sights on rugby union in late 2016.
Proving she can easily cross between codes, in 2018 Hannah made the move to rugby league and debuted in the NSWRL Women’s Premiership playing for CRL Newcastle and represented New South Wales, defeating Queensland in the State of Origin series. Proving to be a pivotal year for Hannah, she also made her test debut for the Australian Jillaroo’s.
Hannah went on to play for the Sydney Roosters in the NRLW, playing all seven matches including the Grand Final victory of the postponed 2021 season. Earlier this year she signed a 5 year deal with the Newcastle Knights which will see Hannah play for her hometown club, with sister Jesse, until 2027.
Hannah was named as a finalist in the 2020 Dally M awards and won the tackle of the year. As well as on the field Hannah is taking her notorious tackling techniques to the boardroom as an RLPA representative, leading the push for increased investment in the fastest growing female sport in the country.