They flew to Ireland to test their game. They will play for their first national title this weekend. And then they will compete in the first state championships.
The Lady Dingoes, the under-19 girls' team from the Downingtown Rugby Football Club, clearly have taken off.
Their sport has been going places, too.
"I tell them all the time that this is an unbelievably special year of rugby because I can't think of any other year where you can have the opportunity to represent your country, the area where you are, and then be able to take our program and go out and compete for a national championship," Dingoes coach Matt Dziunycz said.
"When I was in high school, we played three, four games. In college, we were sort of just messing around on the weekends. And to have that kind of intensity behind some of these games, I'm really excited. I'm excited for them."