In just his second game, man mountain Dan Kilian is already making a big impact for the Tuggeranong Bushrangers.
So much so, Bushrangers coach Jarrad Teka credited him with turning the momentum in their 28-16 win over the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at Greenway on Saturday.
Not surprising given Kilian reportedly stands at 195 centimetres and weighs in at 120 kilograms.
That's a fair bit of prime beef coming off the bench to add some go-forward to your pack.
It's a case of Teka getting the band back together, having coached Kilian at Tumut in 2017.
Kilian debuted last week in the Bushrangers' 34-all draw with the Queanbeyan Blues and has now taken on the other half of Queanbeyan.
But Teka said the Bushrangers were struggling until Kilian's introduction because they weren't sticking to the game plan.
They were trying to take the Kangaroos on up the middle, rather than looking to use their strength in the outside backs.
Tuggeranong were eventually able to do that with all four of their wingers and centres getting on the score sheet, while Tristan Eldridge scored a double as well.
"They were all over the top of us to be honest. They were playing pretty dominantly, kept us in our half," Teka said.
"In the first half what kept us out of it was our kicking game ... and in the second half we started to realise we were playing into their hands by playing down the middle.
"We just played with a bit more width and a bit of space and used our outsides a bit more and played to our strengths.
"[Kilian] was the one that was the turning point, when he came on today he got us back in the game.
"Just a bigger body taking a bit of gas out of their tank to tackle him. He's been a great addition."
They could've won by more if they'd brought their kicking boots, but they struggled from the tee.
While they managed seven tries, they didn't kick a single goal to let 14 points go to waste.
"Kept them in the hunt pretty much till the end of the game," Teka added.
The Kangaroos had bounced out of the sheds and out to a 10-4 lead before the Bushrangers scored three unanswered tries to make it 16-10.
The visitors levelled it up again, but another three unanswered tries and the Bushrangers were home.
Kangaroos coach Aaron Gorrell was impressed with his team's effort and said the quartet of prop Jayden Baxter, Jeremiah Simbiken, Josh Ayers and Bryan Cronan had led the charge.
But he was less-than-impressed with the refereeing, especially when he had Nukurua Ngere (two tries) sin binned for 10 minutes.
"I was happy with our blokes. The first 20 is the best 20 minutes we've played all year," Gorrell said.
"It was all us and we were creating opportunities and we were probably unlucky not to be up 18-0.
"We had a chat after the game, and we don't want to make excuses for ourselves, but you can only control things that are in your control.
"They tried and I can't fault our guys for hanging in there, but some calls I'm still scratching my head over."
The win has kept the Bushrangers at the top of the Canberra Raiders Cup at the halfway point of the competition.
They're one point ahead of Goulburn, who had the bye.
The Queanbeyan Blues have leapfrogged the Woden Valley Rams into third spot with their 24-16 win, while the Kangaroos' loss has seen them lose touch with the top four and drop to sixth.
West Belconnen beat the bottom placed Yass Magpies 30-12 to move to fifth and Belconnen United upset the Gungahlin Bulls' Old Boys day with a 44-28 victory.
AT A GLANCE
Queanbeyan Blues 24 (J Wheeler 2, M Parsons, N Marshall, I Cotric tries; M Parsons, S Taholo goals) bt Woden Valley Rams 16 (Vaetoe 2, L Ellis tries; L Withers 2 goals)
Tuggeranong Bushrangers 28 (T Eldridge 2, C Massen, N Low, D Low, J Pollard, W Alexander tries) bt Queanbeyan Kangaroos 16 (N Ngere 2, J Ulrick tries; L Ingram 2 goals)
West Belconnen Warriors 30 (H Brown, B McFarlane, R McQueen, R Roberts, J Roberts tries; B Crisp 5 goals) bt Yass Magpies 12
Belconnen United Sharks 44 bt Gungahlin Bulls 28