It's been a big week at the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the build-up to their Round 19 clash against the West Tigers this Saturday.
With John Sutton being honoured for becoming the first Rabbitoh to play 300 NRL games and Dane Gagai celebrating his 150th NRL game, there were plenty of talking points throughout the week.
A fellow Souths junior was one of the first to pay his tributes to the Souths history-maker this week:
Forward Sam Burgess got the ball rolling this week by stressing the importance of keeping a cool head during an exciting week for the Club.
Following Sam was his brother George, who had a more light-hearted approach to his media session. He had his own answer to his own personal form in 2018.
Fullback Alex Johnston was as quick-witted as always, praising Sutton on his incredible achievement but also not missing the opportunity to throw some cheeky shade his way.
Tributes have been flying in for 'Sutto' from left, right and centre with NRL CEO Todd Greenberg also passing on his congratulations.
Moving down to yesterday's unveiling of the John Sutton 300 game mural, the man of the moment struggled for words as he explained to onlookers how he got caught up in the emotion.
Anthony Seibold wrapped up the week's media commitments by adding his tributes to Sutto - but it was another line of questioning which got Seibs fired up ahead of a meeting with the Tigers, and their recent recruit from Souths - Robbie Farah.