Name: Kayne Kalache

Birthplace: Sydney

Height: 190cm

Weight: 105kg

Junior Club: St Johns Eagles

DOB: 10-6-1998

Who is your favourite Sports Hero? Anthony Joshua

What are the three reasons you like being a part of a team sport? Forming a family with other people, motivation to perform at a high level, discipline involved with completing your role.

What is the best part about rugby league? Winning with your best mates.

What is your favourite quote? Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing.

What is your favourite song to listen to before a game? Reminder – The Weekend

What is your favourite movie about sport? Southpaw

How does an athlete make you a better person? It allows you to understand everyone is capable of more and how to get along with different personalities.

What is the one thing you always do after a good performance? Consume a really big meal.

If you could play another sport, what would it be? NFL

Which NRL club did you support as a kid? Brisbane Broncos

What age were you when you started playing rugby league? 8

What is your favourite food to eat the night before a game? Pasta and Schnitzel

What will you remember most from 2018? Winning the club's Jersey Flegg player of the year.

Who was your favourite player when you were growing up? Corey Parker.

What is the one piece of advice you would give to children playing rugby league? Never lose the enjoyment you fell playing rugby league. That is the most important value you can keep as you get older.

What is your favourite rugby league moment to date? The 2015 Grand Final between the Brisbane Broncos and the North Queensland Cowboys.

How did you become a Bulldog? Club's Junior representative program – Harold Matthews to SG Ball and on to the under 20s.

If you could be another player for a week, who would it be and why? Tevita Pangai Junior – his skill and power is impressive.

Best piece of advice you have received? Try your hardest and apply yourself in everything you do and if that's not enough, then give a little more.

What is your earliest rugby league memory? Winning the club's Jersey Flegg player of the year.