You’ve probably noticed Heather Anderson kicking around the footy field these past five weeks.
She’s pretty hard to miss.
The Adelaide Crow’s defender has become a bit of a cult star in the AFL Women’s league because of her distinctive headgear, which is bloody bright pink.
It's a bold look for the lifelong tomboy, who doubles as a medic in the Australian Defence Force, and one that only came about in the last few years.
Anderson had worn a black helmet since she started playing rugby at age five with the exception, of course, of a brief period on the netball court after relocating from Canberra to Victoria as a kid.
Netball -- much like the colour pink -- wasn't for her, however.
"No contact, too many skirts," Anderson explained to Mamamia.
Here's what went down in Round 5 of the AFLW over the weekend: