The quiet achievers deserve a mention following the Nowra Bomaderry Jets comprehensive victory over Albion Park on Saturday.
The Jets, at Rugby Park South Nowra, won this Group Seven Rugby League match 42-18, and the players who may sometimes get overlooked paved the way for the team.
They did the grunt work which allowed the Jets, to play some sparkling football, particularly in the first half.
So who are these players that are sometimes overlooked?
Prop Matt Rouen, hooker Kurt Quinlan, lock Joshua Power-Farrell and winger Blake Harris-Davis all played their roles magnificently on Saturday.
He might not be a biggest forward going around but Rouen's power runs defy his size, while Quinlan's class service from dummy-half got his team rolling forward like a machine.
Power-Farrell was a man on a mission and in defence he was missile-like, while Harris-Davis, with three tries, made sure all the great work from his inside men did not go to waste.
The Jets, in the club's Ingenious round, were also boosted by the return of Josh Coulter from suspension and he slotted nicely back into the centres.
Coulter played a vital role in the first try of the match to Harris-Davis, four minutes into the contest, when he latched onto a kick from captain-coach Dylan Farrell.
Farrell was having one of those games and he was almost getting off-loads away at will.
The Jets had pretty much sealed the win by halftime and went into the break with a 34-6 lead.
Farrell was happy with his team's first-half effort.
"I think that was probably our first best half of the season," he said.
"In the second half we went away from things a bit and I think a bit of fatigue crept in there, along with a bit of ill-discipline.
"Overall I thought we were good and Albion Park got stuck right in there and they are a gritty team."
He gave the Park credit for scoring the last try of the first half and the first one on the second half.
"I never felt uncomfortable but I think we should have run over them a bit better," Farrell said
"We took our foot off the pedal a bit after we were leading by a pretty big margin there at one stage."
The Park's only try of the half went to forward Jack Scurr who came off the interchange bench, while halfback Jack Brisbane scored the first try of the second half which made the score 34-12, but the Jets held onto the win.
Brisbane was also sent to the sin bin late in the match for a professional foul.
The only dilemma facing Farrell is who will be his longtime partner in the halves?
Dwyane Connors, wearing number seven, did a sterling job on Saturday but Coulter is also handy with the number six or seven on his back.
"Joshy killed it out in the centres but I am trying to find our best halves combination at the moment but I will definitely stay at half," he said.
Farrell quickly deflected attention away from his own form onto others.
"I have a lot of quality players around me," he said.
Meanwhile, Saturday's match was the club's Ingenious round and it was a proud day for Farrell
He said it was a massive and important day for the community.
They wore specially designed jersey by Jordan Ardler, who has ties to both the Wreck Bay and La Perouse communities.
The jerseys featured a Black Cockatoo (Nowra) and running water (Bomaderry) on the front, while the back is different this year with an Aboriginal flag.
Lastly, in well-beaten team props, Sione Lufe and Rodney Coates were strong, fullback Chad Harrison made some great runs, Brisbane was busy and hooker Brent Wake worked hard.