Charlie Staines created history on Saturday night but there was no doubt Brent Naden was the proudest Penrith Panther after the massive win over Manly.
Forbes junior Staines became the first player in 83 years to score six tries in his first two NRL games when he crossed twice inside the first 25 minutes, the second via a brilliant show of athleticism as he was heading into touch.
But he twinged his hamstring during that effort and didn't return.
It didn't slow the Panthers though and Dubbo's Isaah Yeo and Wellington junior Brent Naden also crossed in the 42-12 flogging.
Naden's was a special moment given it was Indigenous round and the proud Wiradjuri man had helped design the Panthers jersey for the occasion.
"That's a try I'll hold close to my heart forever" Naden told the Panthers' website after the win.
"To play in the Indigenous jersey and the boys played with my totem on the back.
"I pretty much carried my family over the line then."
While delighted to score and see his side score a commanding win to remain at the top of the NRL ladder, Naden did feel for Staines.
The young winger was electric early, scoring a double after four in a memorable debut last month.
But it also continued somewhat of a tough run for the youngster, as he now faces some time out after spending two weeks in quarantine after breaking isolation protocol following the magical debut.
"I'm gutted for him because he makes me look good," Naden said of his fellow Group 11 product.
"He scores all the tries on the right side."
Staines told AAP he hopes to be back "in a couple of weeks".
The performances continued another big round for Group 11 after Kotoni Staggs starred for a beaten Brisbane on Friday night.
Another Wellington Cowboys product, Staggs scored one try and was a powerhouse throughout the match but his efforts weren't enough to get the Broncos across the line in the 36-26 loss to Cronulla.