He is a tough as nails forward in the NRL, but Luke Lewis is in awe of the world's best bodyboarders and the waves they take on.
Ahead of his return from injury, Luke Lewis is keen to continue Cronulla's winning streak, but hasn't been part of a side that's beaten the Storm since 2005.
The loser of Monday night's clash between Cronulla and Melbourne will not win this year's premiership according to history.
Cronulla captain Paul Gallen says the Sharks' recent run of good form counts for nothing if the team doesn't kick on to achieve something in the finals series.
Top four aspirations will be on the line when the red-hot Sharks host the Storm in arguably the game of the round.
The Bulldogs dominate the team stats, Manly's backline conundrum, and the Raiders' young group of forwards begin to show what they're capable of.
It's the notorious punishment no footballer wants: the dreaded end of season nudie run for those that get through a whole year without crossing the stripe.
The Sharks added another big scalp to their trophy cabinet and moved to equal-fourth on the Telstra Premiership ladder with a sturdy win over the Cowboys.
Competition dark horses Cronulla have held off a second-half Cowboys comeback to clinch an important win and move within reach of the NRL's top four.
A stint with the Newtown Jets, a side he is very familiar with, has seen a more mature Tinirau Arona return to the Sharks first grade squad.