Yesterday, I called from the home the Round 20 match in the 2017 National Rugby League (NRL) season between the Wests Tigers and the Parramatta Eels, which was held at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.
Both teams were playing for the Stay Kind Cup, an initiative between the NRL, the two clubs, the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, and the Kelly family in honour of Stuart Kelly, the brother of one-punch victim Thomas Kelly, who sadly took his own life after being constantly bullied while campaigning hard against alcohol-fuelled violence, as well as campaigning for better laws around this societal issue.
The Eels had won three of their last four matches against the Tigers, although the Tigers had won seven of their last 11 matches against the Eels.
Both teams were fired up for a big performance, with the Tigers desperately needing the win to keep away from wooden spoon contention, the Eels wanting to get closer to a finals birth, and possibly push for a top four finish.
So, who would get the vital two competition points?
Find out right here, and enjoy my sports commentary!