NUMEROUS South Coast products played key roles in helping their respective NRL sides chalk up victories during the weekend's round seven action.
In his first appearance for the club since the NRL's resumption, Kiama's Mitch Rein helped the Gold Coast Titans, coach by Milton-Ulladulla Justin Holbrook, down the Broncos 30-12 - despite the best efforts of Moruya's Rhys Kennedy.
On Friday, Bega's Dale Finucane and his Storm ran riot against the New Zealand Warriors.
Melbourne brought up the half century (50-6) against Milton-Ulladulla's Jack Murchie and his side.
Later that night, Kiama's Brett Morris scored three tries as the Roosters downed the Dragons, featuring Gerringong's Korbin Sims and Jackson Ford, Shellharbour's Trent Merrin and Euan Aitken and Albion Park-Oak Flats' Adam Clune, 26-12.
On Saturday, Batemans Bay's Brad Arthur and his Eels edged out the Raiders 25-24 in golden point at Bankwest Stadium.
Then on Sunday, Pambula-born Jack Williams steered the Sharks to a commanding 40-22 win against the Sea Eagles - headlined by Gerringong's Reuben Garrick and Cobargo's Morgan Boyle.
Unfortunately, it was all smooth sailing for the South Coast talents.
On Thursday, Nowra-born Cody Walker and his Rabbitohs fell 20-12 to the Panthers, before Batemans Bay's Adam O'Brien and his Knights were upset by the Cowboys 32-20.
While Tathra's Adam Elliot and his Bulldogs were smashed 34-6 by the Wests Tigers on Sunday.