If you missed Triple M NRL's Good Friday call between the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs, Ryan Girdler basically lost the plot.
Triple M's Dan Ginnane put it perfectly: "I've worked with Girds for five or six years and I've never seen you spontaneously combust like this."
From the Josh Jackson incident that occurred during the Rabbitohs first try to cheering on when a penalty was called, Girds was in fine form during and after the game.
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STAT NOTE -
Across 160 minutes of football that was played during Good Friday, 57 penalties were called compared to the 35 that were blown during three games of Good Friday footy (240 minutes) last year.
In addition, the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs game was one of the 'longest' in history with the total game clock ticking over 1 hour 59 minutes.