Former Cherrypicker Angus Crichton has helped his South Sydney Rabbitohs to a come-from-behind victory over the Melbourne Storm to sit on top of the NRL ladder.
It was the first time since 2013 that the Rabbits have defeated the Storm and, as a result, South Sydney has won 11 of their past 12 games.
Crichton proved to be a workhorse on the night, making two linebreaks, three tackle breaks and running for a total 124 metres for the game.
The team is proving to be a handful in the lead up the finals, with hooker Damien Cook in career best form, putting a 173 metres and 39 tackle-effort against the defending premiers on Friday night.
The Rabbits will now take on fellow premiership favourite the Sydney Roosters.
However they will be without Robert Jennings, who has suffered a hamstring injury and Adam Doueihi who has gone down with an ACL injury.