If we're talking ACT Brumbies tries, we're likely talking rolling mauls.
And Dan McKellar's men added another trick to their scoring arsenal in their 61-10 win over the NSW Waratahs at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night - via playmaker Noah Lolesio.
Indeed, the flyhalf stole the rewards from the Brumbies forwards when he inserted himself between the giants to score a rare maul try.
It extended the host's lead to nine points by the 26th minute, with Lolesio then booting a successful conversion.
"We practice it all the time," centre Irae Simone told Nine at half-time.
"It's always Folau Fainga'a scoring all the tries but it's good to get our backs in there and involved with the dirty work as well."
The twice-capped Wallaby finished the match with 15 points, elevating him above Melbourne Rebel Matt Toomua to second on the scoring charts after two rounds.
FLYING ON THE WING
No Tom Wright? No worries for the Brumbies as Mack Hansen showed there's still try-scoring class out wide.
The 22-year-old Canberran scored a hat-trick to deal the Waratahs their biggest loss to the Brumbies in history.
Hansen and Andy Muirhead shone on the wing and carved through the Waratah's defence multiple times, handing the visitors a harsh lesson when they dared to leave the fleet-footed backs space.
Muirhead's timing on the ball was impeccable, twice catching the ball when punching through the middle in the first half.
He carried the ball about 40 metres down the right edge in the 10th minute, a move which led to a Hansen's first try on the opposite wing a few phases later.
Hansen executed another excellent finish in the second-half, pouncing on a Simone bounce pass to score on the outside.
He couldn't be stopped when he flew over to complete the hat-trick in the 70th minute.
"[I'm] really happy, Mack has been banging on the door of this level at training for a number of years," McKellar said.
"He's trained really well, hasn't been in the 23 and just sticks at it. Tonight, just a reward for all that hard work that no one else sees.
"It was pleasing what the forwards delivered and the outside backs decided by how many, and tonight they had a night out."
Wright is expected to miss up to six weeks of action due to bone bruising in his knee, but in his absence the Brumbies have plenty of depth to work with - with Solomone Kata also waiting in the wings.
THE ACT FORTRESS HOLDS AGAIN
The Brumbies triumph marked Canberra Stadium's return to full capacity following the latest lifting of COVID-19 restrictions in the ACT.
A 9322-strong crowd turned out to watch McKellar's outfit extend their winning streak in Canberra, with the Brumbies now unbeaten in seven matches at home.
The match was slightly delayed because of a logjam of fans out the front of the stadium, with the crowd trickling into the stands throughout the first half.
The Brumbies will look to build on the second-round crowd when they return to Canberra Stadium next Saturday to host the Melbourne Rebels.
"It would be nice for 15-20,000 wouldn't it? Brumbies and the Waratahs, beautiful conditions," McKellar said.
"We have another home game next week, it's a good, young football team there. We just want to play in front of bigger crowds if we're honest.
"We're happy for the 9,000 that turned up tonight but we're keen to build on that."
THE WOUNDED WARATAHS
While the Brumbies celebrated a historical night of Super Rugby, the Waratahs collapsed to a second record defeat in as many weeks.
The nine-tries-to-one loss came just eight days after NSW suffered their heaviest loss to the Queensland Reds, falling 41-7 in Brisbane.
Waratahs coach Rob Penney said his team was devastated, but the damage was done and they need to rise to their next challenge being the Western Force on Friday night.
"The scoreline is a shattering one for everybody, you can't hide from that," Penney said.
"We've got to confront it, it's our problem, it's our issue and we have to own it.
"A team like the Brumbies are a really good side, pretty complete. They know what they're good at, they want to be back to back champions and that's a powerful motivator.
"You never want to think about the potential of a scoreline like that, but sometimes blowouts happen."
AT A GLANCE
Super Rugby AU round two: ACT BRUMBIES 61 (Mack Hansen 3, Rob Valetini, Noah Lolesio, Connal McInerney, Nic White, Lachlan Lonergan, Tom Banks tries; Lolesio 5, Ryan Lonergan 2 conversions) bt NSW WARATAHS 10 (Harry Johnson-Holmes try; Will Harrison conversion; Harrison penalty) at Canberra Stadium. Crowd: 9322.