It wasn't the result the South Sydney Rabbitohs were after but there were still a few key areas where the Red and Green left their mark.
Winger Robert Jennings couldn't stretch his lead at the top of the try scorers list on Saturday but it was not for a lack of effort.
Jennings was exceptional with the ball in hand running for a solid 158 metres, the most of any player on the field.
Age is just a number
While his 300 game milestone didn't come with a victory, John Sutton epitomised the effort of the Rabbitohs team, that tried their hearts out until the very last whistle
Sutton showed his determination through a number of ways but the key stat that stood out was the speed of his play the ball.
Sutton played the ball 11 times and have an average play the ball speed of 2.55 seconds, which is incredibly quick for a big man.
Making it stick
He may not be the biggest and he's one of the most targetted by opposition ball runners but Damien Cook was once again unbreakable as he tackled his way through the match.
Making 37 tackles, the second-best Rabbitohs, the speedy dummy-half tackle efficiency was clocked at 97.4%.