Three unanswered tries helped the Warriors prevail over a desperate Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs outfit in Round 15 and it was young gun Jack Murchie who delivered in a stunning individual performance.
Murchie recorded two tries, 73m and 32 tackles in a mammoth 48-minute stint off off the interchange bench to inspire his side to an incredible 20-14 comeback victory.
It was a coming of age display from the 23-year-old who has culminated into an integral part of a Warriors side who have been courgeous in the face of adversity given the challenges they have faced in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
But yesterday came as no surprise to those who knew of Murchie's unwaivering potential, after he made his NRL with the Canberra Raiders in 2018 following a host of representative honours during his junior development.
He represented the CABE NSW Under U20s and Australian U20s in 2017 before becoming a mainstay in Mounties' Canterbury Cup NSW squad where he accrued 39 matches across three seasons.
If Sunday's performance was anything to go by, Murchie has a bright NRL future ahead of him and will prove to ba an invaluable part of the Warriors squad in 2020 and beyond.