There's something about those Forbes Magpies fans.
They've got an uncanny knack of making any ground they're at feel like home.
Think of Parkes' Pioneer Oval on derby day, or Apex Oval when the Magpies played in Group 11 grand finals in 2016 and 2018.
It's now something people all over the country are aware of after a small group from Forbes made themselves known in a huge way during Charlie Staines' stellar NRL debut on Saturday.
Forbes first grade coach Cameron Greenhalgh was in attendance at Kogarah on Saturday to see the 19-year-old cross four times on debut.
Not only did Greenhalgh coach Staines during the Magpies' run to the 2018 Group 11 premiership he is also the uncle of the four-try hero.
While Greenhalgh and many other family members were in attendance, it was some of the younger Forbes fans who stole the show on Saturday after they moved from one end of Kogarah to the other after half-time and celebrated wildly every time their good mate crossed right in front of them.
"They love to see local players do well and it's a footy mad town," Greenhalgh said with a laugh.
"They like to see locals do well and they like a beer as well, and that adds to it.
"That's the good thing about playing for Forbes and supporting them."
It was something Staines' savoured as well.
"It was unreal," the 19-year-old said of his afternoon.
"They're the boys who've been there since day one so it was good."
Photos and videos of the Forbes crew celebrating quickly shared on social media, with gifs and memes springing up as fast as Staines moved down the wing at Kogarah.
Magpies president Matt Coleman quickly became busy as tales of his pub giving out free beers if Staines scored a try spread.
Stories about the Post Office Hotel running out of beer featured all over the state as the hashtag #Charliefourondebutsentusbroke featured on the pub's Facebook page with a joke the establishment was now for sale.
But Coleman, like everyone else in the town of less than 10,00 people, was just thrilled to see a former local junior starring on the biggest stage of all.
The stories about Coleman's pub and the countless images of the Forbes boys celebrating at Kogarah all added to what was an unforgettable experience for all involved.
"It adds to the whole story," Greenhalgh said.
"It's just mates supporting a boy from the bush who's done well."
And while the Forbes boys quickly became favourites with footy fans all over the country for the way they celebrated, there was much more to them being there for their mate.
It had been a rushed few days after word came through on Thursday afternoon Staines would be making his debut.
COVID-19 restrictions meant only a certain number of fans could go but it was a group of roughly 20, including Staines' family, who made the trip after a crazy few days.
There was also former teammates like Brad Clifford, Mitch Rubie, and Toby Hurford in attendance, celebrating their fellow Magpies' success.
"They've been mates with Charlie since coming through the juniors at the Magpies, Greenhalgh added.
"They're level-headed blokes and that's the kind of blokes Charlie mixed with."
Those at the ground got to celebrate more than Staines, as well, with a number of country products starring for the Panthers in the 56-24 win over Cronulla.
"It was [Brent] Naden on to Staines for a couple of tries and then there's Isaah [Yeo] and Billy [Burns] so it's good for Group 11 and there's a few more boys coming through," Greenhalgh said.
And that's the most exciting thing.
The talent is the western area has long been known and the Panthers' deal with the region has seen it realised at an NRL level.
It shows no sign of slowing either, with more youngsters featuring in the lower grades at the foot of the mountains while a number of other former Rams are pushing for a start elsewhere.
Think of Cody Ramsey and Luke Gale at the Dragons, who completed a pre-season with NRL squad and are getting closer to that dream call-up, while the same goes for Bayden Searle at Newcastle and former Western Rams juniors captain Darby Medlyn at Canberra.
Hard-working back-rower Medlyn, in particular, could be closing in on an NRL debut as injuries engulf Ricky Stuart's Raiders.
Greenhalgh has coached Western Rams side from the under 14s to the open-age level so is as well-placed as anyone to talk about the quality of players in the region.
"There's a lot of talent out here and it might be opening the others clubs' eyes," he said.
"You look at guys like Darby Medlyn and Galey, they're not far off.
"Darby messaged me on Saturday about Charlie and I told him he's next.
"And there's a lot of fellas out here performing in the NRL and there's a lot of others who can if they get that opportunity."
For now though, it's about savouring the Staines' special moment.
The quietly-spoken but fleet-of-foot teenager who Greenhalgh describes as a "silent assassin".
He was never one to get too loud while at Forbes and he was the same on Saturday while, albeit understandably, struggling to find words to describe his debut.
The whole experience as Kogarah was "awesome", according to Greenhalgh, while adding the 80-minute performance has the potential to be life-changing for Staines.
But you wouldn't have known that after the final whistle on Saturday.
"He was pretty much the same Charlie," Greenhalgh said.
"He doesn't say too much but we got to catch up with him after and he was just talking it all in his stride.
"He's a down to earth kid and he wasn't too fazed."