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Like their male counterparts, the NSW Women's side knows how it feels to play against dominant Queensland sides in interstate matches.
With just 10 seconds remaining in last year's match the scores were locked up at 14-all when Queensland and Australian captain Tahnee Norris scored a try clinching the match and a decade of dominance in interstate matches for Queensland.
The NSW side heads to Gympie tomorrow on the back of the most successful NSW State Club Championships on record and, after a productive week on the training paddock, is brimming with confidence.