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Ali Brigginshaw and the spoils of victory.

With the three-peat accomplished, a "very hungry" Broncos skipper Ali Brigginshaw has set her sights on winning the Women's State of Origin for the first time.

The Maroons star attended Broncos HQ on Monday morning carrying the NRLW trophy after the 20-10 win over the Roosters in the grand final. She will go into camp with Queensland on Thursday on the Sunshine Coast.

Brigginshaw won the 2018 and 2019 NRLW premierships with Brisbane but is yet to taste victory in the Women’s State of Origin with NSW winning the two clashes played so far.

Previous to that the NSW side won the 2016 and 2017 women's interstate challenge with Queensland last beating their fierce rivals in 2014 with a 26-10 victory. The 2015 showdown was drawn 4-4.

"I am very hungry. Origin is a huge game and most of the Queensland girls will be from the Broncos squad," Brigginshaw said when asked about "the double".

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"The girls are pumped and we want the win more than anything. Sydney always want to knock us off and I have had enough of NSW.

"I will have a couple of days with the family and get the body right and recover. Then Origin ... I am very passionate about that and I just want to get into camp."

Brigginshaw was excited about the likelihood of her next challenge being to play lock in Jason Hetherington’s side on November 13, a position she did play on Sunday for Brisbane despite wearing the number seven.

"I think that is the way it is going to look and I am up for it. The challenge is there," she said.

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"I quite like it in the middle actually. It might be a positional switch. I played in the back-row for Australia and I loved having two jobs – tackle and run hard rather than a million jobs.

"It is so good having good halves outside you – Tarryn Aiken and I am sure I will see Zahara Temara there."

Brigginshaw arrived back in Brisbane just before midnight on Sunday but was still fresh on Monday and savouring the spoils of another successful NRLW campaign.

"We celebrated hard straight after the game but I tapered off. I had to drive home to see the family. They couldn’t get to the game so it was exciting for them to wake up and see me at home with my premier's shirt on and with the ring," she said.

"We knew people were cheering from home and hopefully we did them all proud. We have all received hundreds and hundreds of messages from our Queensland fans. It has sunk in now that it is history made.

"To win one, two and now three [titles] is crazy and after the sacrifices everyone has made it means a lot."

The squad will catch up for a proper celebration at the end of next month.

"Towards the end of November, we will all get together. The CEO has opened her house and has promised to fly everyone in for some celebrating," Brigginshaw grinned.