The nib Newcastle Knights NRLW side have defeated the Brisbane Broncos 22-20 at McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The side produced a stunning second half comeback capped off by a kick to the win the game on the full-time siren by Jesse Southwell.
In front of a record crowd attendance for a women's game at McDonald Jones Stadium, the side made it three wins on the bounce to stay in the top two of the competition.
HOW IT PLAYED OUT:
1st min - The match kicked off in front of a record 17,043 people at McDonald Jones Stadium for the first of a double header.
3rd min - Winger Jasmin Strange opened the scoring for the red and blue powering her way to the corner.
A superb long pass from Yasmin Clydsdale found the No.5 unmarked and Strange would make no mistake for her second try in Knights colours.
Strange for the corner
12th min - The Broncos hit back through Ashley Werner on the left edge.
20th min - Brisbane took the lead as halfback Ali Brigginshaw broke through the line to score the visitors second.
35th min - The Knights trailed 10-4 at the break.
Kia rocks Lenarduzzi
59th min - After a grinding second half, the Knights finally had a breakthrough through Shanice Parker.
The centre burst through the Broncos defence with a brilliant effort to score close to the posts.
Super effort from Parker
60th min - Sheridan Gallagher produced an excellent piece of play for the Knights third.
The former Young Matilda tip-toed down the sideline and ran through to bring the Knights level.
Gallagher down the sideline
62nd min - Brisbane regained the lead with eight minutes to play through Lauren Dam.
Brigginshaw missed the conversion to keep the score at 20-16.
67th min - Chasing the game, Shanice Parker came out with a decisive play to bring the score level for the red and blue.
Parker levels it up
With a kick to win the game, Jesse Southwell nailed the conversion to send the passionate Newcastle support into raptures.
Southwell wins it for the Knights
70th min - The full-time siren sounded with the Knights holding on to their two point advantage.
The NRLW side will return home next Sunday for another exciting double-header with the men's side against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.