On this day in 1915 Harold Horder demolished Queensland in an interstate series scoring 60 points across three days.
Known as the original 'Wonder Winger', Harold Horder was one of South Sydney's first legendary players.
A Junior with South Sydney Kinkora, Horder rose to first grade at a meteoric rate.
He made his first-grade debut at eighteen in the last round of the 1912 season, playing in the centres and touching down for a try - something that would occur more often than not in his storied career.
Horder played a significant role in the Club's Premiership success in 1914 and 1918, cementing himself as both a try-scorer and a handy goal kicker. He led the competition in tries (19) in 1914 and points (89 and 87 respectively) in both seasons.
So great was his try-scoring prowess, in 1917 he became the first South Sydney player to score five tries in a match and did so twice in the same season - both times again North Sydney - in Round 5 and Round 12 that year.