Again, it seems that Buhrer is taking his game to another level. Gifty fans don't come any bigger than me, but I have to say the form of Ferris is extremely pleasing moving forward without the great Glenn Stewart. That was lovely ball playing (not to mention Gifty-esque) to put Snake through for the first of Hiku's two tries. He also ran a great line to find the in-goal before being ruled held up (I thought it touched a blade of grass). Finally, the footwork to wedge in behind the line and find DCE back on the inside for Snake's token Brookvale try was clever. He is bringing a multi-faceted game to the table each week and is playing football of a very high standard. It certainly eases the pain of losing Glenn when you have a young back rower of this quality stepping up his game. Well done!