The legs, tree trunks. The hair, unmistakeable. The wind up and collision, trademark.
In the rugby league world, Fuifui Moimoi is unmistakable. To call him a cult hero would be a disservice.
201 games in the NRL, playing as a prop at a height of six feet, with a style that cast aside any form of self preservation, nets him legend status.
Fuifui made his NRL debut for Parramatta 18 years ago, and from the moment he pulled on the blue and gold, fans were enamoured.
In the 10 metre era, no prop, before or since has wound up like the Tongan wrecking ball.
You’ll get the odd wind up here and there, usually off a kick off or line drop out, but no one is running almost flat out by the time they get the ball and then careening into a set defensive line.
Penrith is the NRL’s best side and they are absolutely relentless in pursuit of glory.
Grace Griffin grew up in Wagga Wagga where the NRLW wasn’t even a thought bubble. In 2022 she became the city’s first NRLW player.
Isaah Yeo is the lock and key to Penrith’s on field success. Here’s what he did across 80 minutes against South Sydney.