These are the numbers that matter.
While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.
Here's what they told us following the Round 19 win over the Dragons.
Try assists to Kalyn Ponga & Chris Randall.
While both Tuala's tries came from the hand of Ponga following two terrific passes from the fullback, two more tries came from rookie hooker Randall who did expertly well to gain the first try for Ponga, before sending in Jacob Saifiti later on.
Randall also led the charge defensively with 34 tackles and also made 78 metres as well.
Try to Daniel & Jacob Saifiti.
It marked the first time the twins have both scored in a match and they were both brilliant barnstorming efforts.
The brothers also combined for a total of 275 run metres and eight tackle breaks.
From seven conversion attempts from Mason Lino.
He was a late inclusion in the side following an injury to Tex Hoy, but that didn't stop the Samoan-half from putting in a strong performance, especially with the boot.
He nailed every single one of his conversions in the Dragons blitz and got a try assist to his name too.
Run metres by David Klemmer.
The big man did what he does best against the Dragons - run hard and for a lot of metres.
In addition to those run metres, he also made 86 post-contact metres over the course of his 19 runs.