THE ball is grounded for a try, the scorer then pretends the ball is an egg an acts like a chicken - that's how to celebrate a four-pointer Eglinton Eels style.
With the Group 10 Junior Rugby League season cut short for the youngest 'mini' age groups due to the COVID-19 lockdown, the Eels were looking for a way to keep their players engaged.
They have found it by encouraging players - and their parents - to film their best post try celebrations and share them on the Eels' facebook page.
It helps make up for the mini Eels missing the chance to put them into action on what was planned to be a big day of action for their fundraising pink sports day.
"Because the NRL had been doing them, they'd been in the headlines and been on social media, we were going to teach them to some of our kids at training sessions before the pink round," Eglinton committee member Laura Thomas said.
"We were going to see if we could then get some actual on-field post try celebrations with the little fellas. It was just about team bonding and fun really."
That day was unable to go ahead given the lockdown, so when the Eels were contemplating what to do to keep players engaged, post try celebrations got the nod.
It's proved to be a hit, with the young Eels getting creative and simply enjoying being outside and playing.
"Me and the kids got out there and had a bit of fun, a couple of the other committee members got on board as well and next thing you know all the videos starting coming in," Thomas said.
"From making our own, we only put up three of the something like 15 we ended up doing, because the kids are like 'We should do this' and you'd film it and then they'd say 'Oh, I've got a great idea, let's do this' and you'd film that too.
"It's about creativity and being outside. I know a lot of learning has gone online so maybe kids aren't being as physical as they usually would in a playground. They are not attending training, they're not attending their weekend community sport.
"This is fun, they can get outside and take some ownership over it."
Amongst the celebrations are mowing the lawn, a sprinkler, tenpin bowling, catching a fish and even a COVID jab.
The Eglinton committee are encouraging more Eels to get outside and get creative with their celebrations.
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