In a remarkable display of skill and determination, Queensland halfback and captain Daly Cherry-Evans delivered a standout performance during Origin II.
During a defensive play on his own line, Cherry-Evans showcased his agility and speed by intercepting a Reece Walsh kick, preventing what appeared to be an inevitable try by Stephen Crichton.
What made this feat even more impressive was the fact that Cherry-Evans had to sprint from the other side of the field to shut down Crichton’s attacking run.
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“Cherry-Evans showcased exceptional determination with his inspiring chase,” commented Matt Thompson during Nine’s coverage of the game.
Following this game-changing defensive play, NSW turned the ball over, allowing Cherry-Evans to break through the defensive line on the ensuing set. This led to Murray Taulagi scoring a try for Queensland.
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