It might be a week since Origin III but for Wests Tigers captain Aaron Woods's comical try celebration continues to follow him around.
Canberra halfback Aidan Sezer has never tasted finals football along with the bulk of the Raiders squad, a trend they hope to end in 2016.
Fifteen-year-old Harry Bowes continues to defy the odds, and after meeting the Maroons is more determined than ever to return to the footy field.
The National Stadium in Port Moresby may be less than 12 months old but representatives from the Papua New Guinea rugby league will lobby for an expnsion.
Two of the NRL's most exciting teams are also in form, with the Raiders enjoying a three-game winning streak and the Warriors having won four of their last six.
Two sides who won in Round 19 clash on Friday night, with Brisbane hoping to stay in touch with the top four and Penrith needing to hang with the top eight.
Two monstrous forward packs go head-to-head in what looms as a crucial battle in the race for the top four.
Andrew Voss on the efforts of referee Ben Cummins, the huge Cowboys-Bulldogs clash, Penrith's chance to upstage Brisbane, the best defender in the NRL and more.
With the bye rounds now a thing of the past, the big names return this week as NRL Fantasy coaches look to build towards their 'perfect' sides for the run home.
Rugby union convert Gary-John Hill made it to the final five of The NRL Rookie, but was cut by head coach Brad Fittler in Episode 8 of the series on Tuesday.