Speed, endurance and effort were on show in women's State of Origin with Telstra Tracker results revealing top performances from some of the game's best female athletes.
Sixteen players across the 60-minute clash at North Sydney Oval alone totalled more than five kilometres on the field, while 30 of 34 players reached maximum speeds of more than 20 kilometres per hour.
NSW winger Jessica Sergis topped the speed chart in the 14-4 victory over the Maroons with a maximum speed of 29.4km/h during the clash, along with a further 18 high-speed efforts.
NSW dominated in the top speeds area with the top six all coming from home side.
Rugby sevens convert Tiana Penitani (27km/h) and rookie Kirra Dibb (26.7km/h) rounded out the top three for the Blues.
Queensland's Jessika Elliston reached a top speed of 25.6km/h in her only run of the second half.
Next best for the Maroons included Stephanie Mooka and Chelsea Baker (both 24.8km/h).
Baker topped the high-speed efforts count for both sides with 29, while opposite number Corban McGregor finished in second with 28.
Karina Brown (27) and Penitani (25) rounded out the top five.
In terms of total distance travelled across the park, Nellie Doherty medallist Maddie Studdon covered 5.7 kilometres of ground in 60 minutes at an average of 103 metres per minute.
She was joined next by NSW halves teammate Dibb (5.6), while McGregor, Sergis, Ali Brigginshaw, Brittany Breayley and Simaima Taufa all totalled 5.5km of distance at 100 metres per minute recorded.