With 15 minutes left on Friday night, the Raiders were spent and needed a hero. Clinging to a slender four-point lead, Canberra's right-side defence was unlocked and Josh Morris looked destined to score in the corner. Enter Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, who less than 10 minutes earlier was writhing in agony at the hands of the trainer desperately trying to alleviate leg cramp. In the midst of arguably his best ever NRL game, Nicoll-Klokstad skipped across the field and collared Morris into touch, saving a try and the match. "He obviously won us the game there tonight with a few try savers, they're the efforts that no one sees outside of our little group," Josh Papalii said.