They're not just one of the best football teams in the NRL, they're some of the best blokes in it too.
And Canberra Raiders co-captain Jarrod Croker embodies that as much as anyone.
He went the extra mile to make one fan's night even better, climbing up into the stands to get a photo with them after the Green Machine's stunning 12-10 victory over the Melbourne Storm on the weekend.
The fan was in a wheelchair and to make it easier for him, Croker decided the best option was to jump the fence and climb up.
Then, to cap it off, he made a present of the shorts that helped create Canberra history and earn the right to host an NRL preliminary final in the ACT for the first time.
It seems even the co-captain gets in trouble for giving away his jersey, but he can get away with the bottom half of his kit.
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"A lady came down and said if we bring this fella down in a wheelchair would you be able to get a photo with him," Croker recalled.
"I looked up and it was a fair way up.
"I thought I'll just jump the fence and go up there and see him, make it a bit easier more than anything.
"I didn't have any other metal studs boots so I couldn't give my boots away.
"And we get in trouble for giving the jersey away so I thought he can have my strides see if he likes that.
"It's something easy and doesn't take much to do."
What a champ. Raiders captain @Jarrodcroker just ran up the stairs @AAMIPark to a gentleman in the crowd in a wheelchair, took his shorts off, gave them to him and posed for photos. @RaidersCanberra@NRLonNine@TripleM_NRL@Todd_Greenberg@Polstackpic.twitter.com/HK3ZgYbpMT— Peter Fitzgerald (@PeterFitzy) September 14, 2019
Croker's not the only one. It's all part of being a Raider.
The team went over to the pocket of fans in the corner of the Storm's stadium and did the Viking clap after the last-gasp win.
Croker revealed the players get just as big a kick out of it as do the fans.
"The fans are the game and we wouldn't have a game without the fans," he said.
"You don't often go down to Melbourne, fourth versus first and beat them so you go over and do the Viking clap with the fans and they love it.
"We want to keep a lid on things and keep it controlled but you've got to enjoy these little moments."
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