The Sharks got themselves back into the winners circle with a hard-fought 20-12 victory over the Warriors on Sunday, keeping their quest for a seventh consecutive finals series alive.
The arm-wrestle returned in the greasy conditions, the Sharks completing at 83% to get the better of the New Zealand side.
Upfront the big boys got stuck in from the opening whistle, Aiden Tolman and Aaron Woods both clocked over 140m, with Tolman solid in defence notching a team-high 43 tackles.
Young half Braydon Trindall had a birthday to remember, starting the game at five-eighth and scoring his first try in the NRL off a tough carry close to the line.
He was on song with the boot kicking four from four, and sent new look centre Connor Tracey over the line with a beautiful short-ball.
Speaking of kicking games, Shaun Johnson had it on a string, his last tackle options turning the screws and applying pressure when needed.
The most memorable moment though belonged to Braden Hamlin-Uele. A steamrolling run through the Warriors defence finished off with one of the all-time try celebrations in 'the People's Elbow', made famous by WWE wrestler The Rock.
A special mention to Jack Williams for his part in the act as well!
There was plenty to like about the performance as the boys continue to build at the business end of the season, but now it's over to you.
Who do you think deserves the title of the Aramex Man of the Match in round 17?