SHE was part of the Central West open women's side which won the NSW Country Championship, and for the premiership winning Bathurst Bulldogs she scored 15 tries - but that's just a starting point for Jacinta Windsor.
If you ask one of the men who coached her at Bathurst Bulldogs this season, the vastly experienced Pip McIntosh, the teenaged talent is set for even bigger things.
"Jacinta Windsor - what a superstar she's going to be," McIntosh said.
This year was Windsor's first playing rugby, but her natural sporting ability and speed made her one of the most damaging wingers in the Ferguson Cup competition.
Amongst her highlights included bagging four tries in round 11 against the Orange Emus and McIntosh thinks even better is to come. He even compared Windsor to Australian Rugby 7s representative Jakiya Whitfeld.
"Just keep an eye on her, I think she's going to be something special," he said.
"She's got the athleticism and if she could just give herself a little bit more self belief she could do anything, she's really good.
"She reminds me, she's got that same athleticism as Jakiya. She hasn't got the same tackling technique as Jakiya, but once she works on that, she could really go a long way."
While Windsor's first season as a Bulldogs was certainly impressive, McIntosh also praised the Ferguson Cup unit as a whole.
From skipper Mardi Watts, who McIntosh said is "probably the best tackler in the club with her technique", to the rugby union newcomers, all of them worked hard.
"They were just so happy to work," he said. "I know other teams would have worked hard, but I'm sure no-one worked harder than what these girls did.
"They are doers, they just wanted to learn more. The most pleasing thing is we've got some great talent ... but Bully [Jordan Bull] and I could have put anyone on the field at any time and they would have done the job."
On top of that McIntosh said the women's side were a huge asset to the Bulldogs off the field as well.
"The girls are amazing, the whole lot of the girls, I think they've become the real backbone of the club in a lot of ways," he said.
"Their willingness to put their hands up to do the work, not just at training, but also off the field, they're the ones who put their hands up to do anything that needs to be done. They're a huge part of the club."
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