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We are on cloud nine.

Number one on the table, the Roosters biting at our ankles, Melbourne falling down the ladder and we just gave it to the Tigers 54 to 10.

Can it get any better?

I have been writing this column for years now, and I remember the weeks where I would sit here, not just scratching the surface, but digging to the very bottom to find something positive to write about. Now, it seems I cant keep up.

Our great club is in such a fantastic place it is impossible to touch on it all.

I talk about how great Greg Inglis is each week, and I feel I miss our other players, but what he does every game is boundless. He keeps rising and rising up that pedestal and I just cant see him falling. Four tries, and the best support play I have seen in a very, very long time. This man knows his job, knows where to be and when. I feel refreshed to see him loving his football more and more.

It felt like every player in the team scored a try against the Tigers, or at least set one up. To hear Mrs Burgess say Sam was copping some flack for being behind George in the try scoring this season and then see Sam quickly follow George across the line was very entertaining. It was as though Sam said Im not giving up that quickly.

We watch Goodwin make a thrilling break, who could have gone on to score himself but gave our rookie Walker the chance to take the points in his debut. You cant take a thing away from him because the pressure under the speed and tension of his first big game was easily overcome, he has a bright future.

Reynolds gave Champion a cracker of a pass to score one at the other end of the line and our Master of tries Merritt didnt forget to please with his corner try.

However the best part of our win against the Tigers was after each and every try our players celebrated like there was no tomorrow.

The camaraderie shown amongst them is second to none right now. Even when we had the game wrapped up, no try was too small for them to celebrate and you felt their determination for more.

If, and thats a big IF, we dont make the big game this season you get the feeling that these boys just wont cop in on the chin. This year they are after the top prize and I feel anything less will not be good enough for them.

I am so proud to be supporting them through this time, because what they have shown me so far gives me more and more confidence.

The bit that makes me the most confident is the fact that after every win they look for improvements. They are never satisfied, they always want more, and to me, that is our winning formula.

Will we carry this winning formula into the clash against the Sharks? I really think we will.

I know the Sharks have their problems, and it has been evident on field at times this season, but they still have a bite. They seem to be stepping up while Gallen was on the sideline as each player has had to rise to fill the void.

They showed this last week by beating the Raiders who have beaten a few powerhouses this year. However, I believe if we go out there and do what weve been doing all year, then well keep that top spot.

We ALWAYS have a good turn out against the Sharks in the Shire. Lets make that a great turn out.

We dont want to miss a second of this game. The boys are loving our support and they are giving us everything we have asked for in showing that support.

The more we give, the more they give.

The Sharks better be doing their homework because the Rabbitohs are coming.

Exciting times ahead Members.

Ill see you at the game.

Up the Mighty Rabbitohs!
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