After seeing the Harvey Norman Jillaroos win the 2013 World Cup, Kezie was inspired to return to Rugby League after having played as a junior in her hometown of Bega.
She debuted for the Jillaroos the next year in 2014 and has been a mainstay in the team ever since.
Kezie was named the Dally M Women's Player of the Year in 2016, and after breaking her leg in the 2017 Auckland Nines, returned in time to be part of the Jillaroos team that won the World Cup.
Representative Landmarks - New South Wales 2014 - current, Australian Jillaroos 2014 - current
- Line Breaks
- Line Break Assists
- Tackles Made
- Tackle Efficiency
- Average Running Metres
- Total Running Metres
- Total Points
- Average Points
2020 Season - By Round
|Round||Opponent||Score||Position||Minutes Played||Tries||Goals||Points||Try Assists||Linebreaks||Tackle Breaks||Post Contact Metres||Offloads||Receipts||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Hit Up Running Metres||Kick Return Metres|
|1||QLD Maroons||Lost||24 - 18||2nd Row||70||1||-||4||-||-||3||41||1||11||36||2||115||109||6|
Career By Season
|Year||Played||Won||Lost||Drawn||Win %||Tries||Goals||Points||Linebreaks||Offloads||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Average Running Metres||Kick Return Metres||Total Points||Average Points|
|Year Start||Year End||Played||Won||Lost||Drawn||Win %||Tries||Goals||Points||Linebreaks||Offloads||Tackles Made||Missed Tackles||Total Running Metres||Average Running Metres||Kick Return Metres||Total Points||Average Points|