Kieran Frost is hard to miss. Even if you skip over his towering frame, that thick Yorkshire accent is unmistakable.
Then there is Rian Hamilton. He might not stand over six feet tall like his Queanbeyan Whites teammate, but you're likely to see his name on the scorer's sheet.
Together Queanbeyan's English duo will play a huge role in their season-defining John I Dent Cup clash against the Uni-Norths Owls at ANU North Oval on Saturday.
Frost is no relation to ACT Brumbies prospect Nick Frost - although their giant frames would suggest otherwise.
He and Hamilton found their way to Queanbeyan via Yorkshire Carnegie in England's Championship.
Frost jumped at the opportunity when given the chance to test out his skills in a new environment.
"I've never done anything like this and I thought: there's no time like the present," Frost said.
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"And probably the best, or one of the best places I've heard to go is Canberra for the football and for the lifestyle.
"I'm probably one of the biggest boys out here and I think that's something [Queanbeyan] were lacking. Probably a big reason why I came to this club specifically.
"I think the whole speed and tempo over here is a lot faster, but I don't know if the boys are as big. I definitely think the game speed here compared to back home is a lot faster.
"The skill over here is probably a bit better, the boys certainly have more flair here."
That's where Frost's English companion Hamilton fits right in.
He doesn't have the same sort of size, but the powerful 20-year-old winger adds speed and experience.
Hamilton has been a try-scoring machine. Last time Queanbeyan played Uni-Norths he picked up a hat-trick in a 50-12 romp.
In a warning sign for the Owls, Hamilton still has a point to prove.
"I haven't got a team to go back to at the moment so it's just wait and see what happens out here," Hamilton said.
"Come September either stay a little longer and try and enjoy it some more and then go back home and play a little footy there.
"Then hopefully again next year come out at the start of the season and tear into it. It'd be nice to get a full season, because it's not a long season."
Fifth-placed Queanbeyan sit seven points adrift of the Owls in a game that could make or break their season.
A win here would put the pressure on fourth-placed Uni Norths heading into the final fortnight of the regular season.
"They're at home this week and I think it's their Old Boys' day as well which makes it all a bit better if we beat them," Frost said.
"We've done it once, hopefully we can do it again. It all comes down to a bit of luck, obviously our last week is the bye week so we'll be waiting on a few results from Wests and Uni."
JOHN I DENT CUP
Saturday: Uni-Norths Owls v Queanbeyan Whites at ANU North Oval, Gungahlin Eagles v Wests at Nicholls Enclosed Oval, Easts v Canberra Royals at Griffith Oval. All games at 3.05pm.