You might not recognise the name but if you’re a rugby league fan, you almost certainly know the sledge.
The goal kicker was two-game NRL player Josh Mantellato.
The pest? A wests Tigers fan wearing a singlet.
“He got me that day, unfortunately."
It was a NSW Cup game at Campbelltown Stadium against the Wests Tigers in 2014.
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Mantellato was lining up a conversion from the sideline when the punter in the stands started belting out; “lolly legs, lolly legs… c’mon lolly legs, show us what you’ve got.”
The Fox Sports commentary team were in stitches.
Joining in on the entertainment as Mantellato’s kick pushed wide of the goal posts, commentator Joel Caine declared; “Wests Tiger fan 1, Mantellato nil.”
It’s a moment the former Newcastle Knights remembers well.
It's also one he's been reminded of regularly since returning from two years with Hull KR in the Super League.
“He got me that day, unfortunately," Mantellato said.
"... since I’ve been back in Australia, you hear I tat the local footy grounds all the time
“It’s good. It’s quite funny... There might be a Mad Monday outfit with a guy in a Tigers jersey abusing another guy.”
A product of Woy Woy, the Italian international joined the Knights in the NSW Cup in 2012.
A sharp-shooter, he finished the season as the competition's highest point-scorer.
It always helps when you’re a goal kicker.
“Goal kicking is something I’ve always been really passionate about,” he said.
“I don’t get annoyed that I have to practise it at training.
“There’s that moment between setting up the ball where there’s dead silence.”
But Mantellato said when it came to converting his own tries, he was rubbish.
“Typically, I never kick the goal of my own try for some reason,” he said.
“Our team will score eight tries and I’ll score one of them and that will be the one I miss. It’s weird.”