You are a Storm, Souths, Roosters, Sharks or, even better, a Dragons, and we have only won a NRL grand final.
The premiership rings have been handed out, a speeches made, a Clive Churchill Medal awarded to a fourth best actor on a field.
Then your captain is handed a Provan-Summons Trophy, he rises it towards a heavens, his teammates and coaches charge a theatre and afterwards they are lonesome in glitter. Yay!
What happens next? The NRL asks for a coupon of adult to $30,000 if we wish to keep a trophy. That’s right: a group that wins a pretension contingency compensate for their possess trophy. I’ve listened of perplexing to buy a premiership, though this is ridiculous. Only in rugby league.
The emanate came to light when Roosters executive Mark Fennessy was scheming a cooking hold on Monday to applaud Nick Politis’ 25 years as chairman.