There's nothing better than nabbing a four pointer.
For some, it's a feat that only becomes achievable in the rarest of occasions (ask anybody who's been made to perform the dreaded nudie run).
However, some players do it for fun.
With the 2020 season turning onto the home stretch, there are six players in red and blue who'll be vying for the coveted title of the Club's top try scorer in the final rounds of the competition.
All of them have scored some incredible four pointers this year, many of them crucial to entrenching the nib Newcastle Knights into the NRL's top eight.
Here's the players in contention with six weeks of football remaining in the season.
Enari Tuala - 7 tries
He's been one of the best and most consistent players to pull on the red and blue jersey this year.
Tuala drove 22 hours from North Queensland to sign a contract and begin his pre-season with the Knights, and has spent the entire season repaying the faith placed in him by Adam O'Brien.
Ponga puts Tuala into gap for game-winning try
He has missed just one game all year and has seven tries to his name, including a match-winning double against Manly on Sunday.
It's hard to argue he's not in the box seat to finish the season with more tries than any of his team mates.
Bradman Best - 7 tries
It's a great shame Best is currently on the sidelines, because this number could've been anything.
In his first full season as an NRL player, the 18-year-old tearaway has scored seven tries in just nine games, including two doubles.
It's not yet known when Best will return to action, but there's no way you can write him off from finishing on top should he return.
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Kurt Mann - 6 tries
He's probably been the Knights' best so far in 2020, is showing no signs of slowing down and is the dark horse on this list.
Mann was a revelation at five-eighth in the first half of the season, and has shown his recent shift to hooker hasn't had an effect on his ability to nab a try.
He scored arguably our try of the season against the Sea Eagles back in Round Eight, and is well in the hunt to run down Tuala and finish on top.
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Kalyn Ponga - 6 tries
Also within striking distance sits Ponga, who could easily take this out for the second year on the trot.
However, it's been Ponga's knack for setting tries up which has overshadowed the ones he's scored himself this season.
Ponga has nine try assists to go with his six tries, more than anyone else on this list.
However, his individual brilliance means you wouldn't dare write him off in the final six rounds.
Ponga beats Marshall on the outside
Hymel Hunt - 5 tries
It took him six weeks to get off the mark, but the tries are now coming thick and fast for Hymel Hunt.
Hunt has found the stripe in three of his last four games and is directly benefiting from the addition of Blake Green to the right hand side of the Knights attack.
The 26-year-old was unlucky not to have three in yesterday's clash with Manly, with two tries disallowed due to a forward pass.
While he's got some ground to make up, Hunt remains a fair chance of coming out on top.
Bunker overrules to award try to Hunt
Another player who's season's been interrupted by injury, Lee enjoyed a strong start to the year with five tries in as many games in the competition's early stages.
However, the four pointers began to dry up and the winger hasn't played since Round Eight due to a broken arm.
With his return date unknown, Lee will need to race the clock to get back on the field if he's to attempt to chase down Tuala before the season's out.