It's the little moments that matter for Dubbo Westside in season 2019.
Coach Paul Hausia knows it's going to be battle all year in Group 11 but between three massively lopsided losses to start the campaign there has been positives.
And few aspects of the Rabbitohs' season have been as positive as the form of Matthew Gibbs.
The hard-running back-rower, alongside captain Kaidyn Mohr, has been a standout so far and it was fitting it was he who scored his side's lone try in the 102-point loss at Wellington on Sunday.
"He's certainly one of those blokes who, no matter how hard it gets, gives it back," Hausia said.
"You can't fault him at all."
Gibbs ran a lovely line through a hole off a short ball to score the try, running over the top of Wellington's Brock Naden in the process.
That was the only highlight for the Rabbitohs in what was their biggest loss of the season so far.
After conceding 86 points and 80 in the opening two rounds, Sunday's loss was the biggest in Group 11 since the Cowboys were defeated 104-6 by Dubbo CYMS in mid-2017.
Despite the nature of the result on the field, there was plenty to like about the way the two clubs conducted themselves off it.
Wellington president Darren Ah See congratulated the Rabbitohs for their efforts in getting sides together for the season while the Cowboys also donated $1500 from the day's takings to the struggling Dubbo club.
"There was great sportsmanship," Hausia said.
"It all helps and having a chat to Darren, he said he's been in the same position we're in now and told us to keep our heads up and what we're doing behind the scenes is good and we're keeping the players' attitudes right.
"We know what we need to do, it's just a matter of getting to training."
The Rabbitohs take on Macquarie in a Dubbo derby at Apex Oval on Sunday.