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Chapman gigantic in grand final performance

Having already reached the heights in her young NRLW career, Jaime Chapman had nothing to prove in the NRLW grand final.

What she did do with a stunning performance, is remind the league just how much of a big-game player the 21-year-old is.

Chapman scores her first in style

"She had a great game and she's a big game played," coach Karyn Murphy said post-game.

"I thought she would have that in her."

Chappo doubles up in the big dance

Chapman played a blinder in the decider, running for 165 metres, notching two line breaks and scoring three tries and is why -  despite being on the wrong end of the scoreline - she has been rewarded with another Jillaroos call-up for the upcoming Pacific Championships.

In her first season on the Gold Coast, Chapman had a stop-start year with injury early in the season but Origin and International showed her class when it mattered most.

"Chappo is massive and she had that bit of a slow start to the year with injury concerns and then a HIA," Murphy said.

"Ever since mid-season Chappo has been building and building and yeah she had a great game."

Happy hat-trick Chappy!

Having found a home at Parkwood after stints at the Dragons and Broncos, Chapman says she's determined to build success with this young group.

"I just want to win for the Gold Coast," she said.

"We are already history makers but we've still got one more (to get the trophy)."

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.