There's no better day than game day.
This week we're back at home for the last game of the season.
It's Old Boys Day with a packed house expected at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Here's everything you need to know:
GAME DAY INFO
'Toughness, Tackles, and Tomorrow's': The story of Lachlan Fitzgibbon
Date: Saturday September, 1
Gates Open: 12:30pm
Flegg kick-off: 12.40pm
NRL kick-off: 3:00pm
McDonald Jones Stadium
294 Turton Road, Broadmeadow
Available online from Ticketmaster, or call 136 100.
THE PREVIEW SHOW
THE ROUND TABLE: Rd 25 v The Dragons "Old Boys Day Special"
Our game day show, The Round Table, has everything you need to get fired up before the game.
Featuring Coach Nathan Brown, Bill Peden and Robbie O'Davis, the gang preview the game and provided the latest news and insights from inside Club land.
The show can be found in the video player above or on our Facebook page!
Injured players and expected return dates:
Tautau Moga (ACL, Season)
Slade Griffin (Knee, Season)
Jacob Saifiti (Shoulder, Season)
Nathan Ross (Groin, Indefinite)
Connor Watson (Groin, Indefinite)
Lachlan Fitzgibbon (Concussion, Monitored)
Kalyn Ponga (Ankle, Monitored)
THE LOWER GRADES
Jersey Flegg Knights host Mounties in the Qualifying Final.
The @NRLKnights Twitter account will be commentating the Jersey Flegg final live from 12.40pm.
Key match-up: They were former State of Origin combatants and the duel between halves Mitchell Pearce and Ben Hunt will weigh heavily on which team comes up trumps on Saturday afternoon. Hunt has been under fire from critics lately and needs to get back to his best in a hurry.
Knights Stat Attack: With no finals to strive for, the Knights need other incentives in their final hit-out of the season. As it stands they have the worst defensive record in the NRL, conceding 583 points. But if they can knuckle down in defence and Manly (574) get rolled by Brisbane, the Knights can avoid finishing with the most points conceded.
Classic Clashes: Old Boys Day
Dragons Stat Attack: They haven't had much attacking success lately but the Dragons still lead the NRL in tackle breaks (843), with Canberra second (831) and Manly third (824).
Head-to-head: Played 36; Dragons 25 wins, Knights 11 wins
Previous result: Dragons won 30-12 at WIN Stadium in round 4
Points per game: Knights 17.4; Dragons 21.5
Points conceded per game: Knights 25.3; Dragons 19.9
Televised: Live on Fox League
AT THE GROUND
From gates until kick off, be sure to visit the McDonald Jones Homes marquee in the Fan Zone where Members and fans can celebrate the Club's two historic milestones with the 1997 and 2001 Grand Final trophies.
Have your photo taken alongside the two trophies. Each person will receive their very own polaroid to take home and an extra special version to share and post on your social media.
#1 Day of the year! Old boys day 2018
The booth will get a little more exclusive when some of our premiership winning powerhouses, including Kurt Gidley and Mark Hughes make a special appearance.
The fan zone also features McDonald's, Kelly Trotter Motor Group, Face painting, Inflatable bungee run, Oakvale Farm mobile petting zoo, Brydens Lawyers, KOFM, Buy a Bale and a Buy a Bale semi-trailer.
At Old Boys Day, we are encouraging all the members and supporters for both the Knights and Dragons to give generously to support Rural Aid's Buy A Bale campaign to help Australian farmers.
Inside the stadium, we will acknowledge our Australian schoolboys' representatives, plus the cheerleaders and Old Boys will be on show.
The Old Boys Hall of Famers will be presented to the crowd and taking part in a lap of honour.