Teenage New South Wales speedster Jada Taylor stunned experts by sprinting more than 100 metres to clinch a thrilling State of Origin victory.
It was late in the game when Queensland put an attacking kick in, hoping to score a try and get back in the contest following a Blues onslaught.
But the hometown fullback picked up the loose ball on her own dead-ball line, somehow managed to evade defenders to get back in the field of play, and then turned on the jets to burst through a hole.
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Several Maroons players took chase, but Taylor sped away and could not be caught as she found her way to the tryline.
“That is remarkable!” Nine commentator Mat Thompson said.
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Phil Gould said, “This might be about 109 metres she ran. She did it easy in the end.”
Former Blues star Allana Ferguson was stunned by the effort from Taylor.
“What can’t this woman do?” Ferguson asked.
That piece of Taylor brilliance was the icing on the cake for NSW, who prevailed 22-6 at Leichhardt Oval in front of a big crowd.
It was the Blues who drew early blood in the interstate contest, when centre Andie Robinson burst through a defensive hole to score.
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Robinson would go on to score a hat-trick for the night.
But it was her teammate Taylor who took player of the match honours, scoring two tries including her incredible length-of-the-field sprint.
Queensland scored the second try of the night and converted it to hold a lead, but that wouldn’t last long.
The Maroons had a try overturned by the Bunker on the stroke of half time, and could not cross the stripe again.
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