There's no better sight on a Sunday afternoon at Kogarah, Leichhardt, Campbelltown or even Belmore Oval than seeing a jam packed hill eagerly anticipating a game of rugby league.
The smell and taste of the sausage sizzle, throwing back a few tinnies in the beaming sunshine and watching the greatest game of all.
There's nothing quite like being at a suburban rugby league ground watching the NRL.
Yet, in recent years the NRL have decided to steer away from these grounds in favour of the bigger stadiums in Sydney.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg joined Triple M's The Rush Hour with MG and was asked if these grounds still had a place in the NRL.
Here's what Mr. Greenberg had to say: