Can Feldt pen one more glorious chapter for the Cowboys?
IT'S been dubbed 'Kyle's Corner.'
A patch of turf at ANZ Stadium Cowboys winger Kyle Feldt would probably dig up and stow in his carry-on baggage if he could.
The "pinnacle of his career" - the dramatic last-second try off some Michael Morgan magic which sent the 2015 grand final into extra time - is well documented.
But it was also the ANZ Stadium corner where the 25-year-old emerged from his early season funk.
Against the Bulldogs in round 10, Feldt crossed for his first try of the year off a Morgan cross-field kick, strolling over untouched.
The finish was more routine than his athletic finishes against Parramatta, in the same corner no less, and the Roosters over the past fortnight.
It extended his tally to 15 for the season, including six in his past five games.
"I hit a bit of a dry spell there, not many wingers don't score until round 10," Feldt said.
"It was pretty hard but as soon as I got one, they just kept coming. Two years ago was the pinnacle of my career, hopefully this year we can do it again but hopefully we'll find out Sunday.
"It was just raw emotion (when I scored in 2015), it was the best time of my life and a lot of things went through my mind.
"When I scored and levelled it up, it was the best feeling I've ever had."
Storm speedsters Suli Vunivalu (23 tries) and Josh Addo-Carr (21 tries) get deserved plaudits as clinical finishers, but Feldt must surely be in the conversation as the game's best.
Feldt's try against the Roosters in last week's preliminary final rewrote the basic laws of science.
Virtually on one leg with a hamstring niggle, Feldt contorted his body around Latrell Mitchell and planted the tip of the ball on his favourite piece of grass, the other half of the football suspended in mid-air over the touchline.
He will take on Addo-Carr this week and said the secret to shutting down 'The Fox' was stopping him before he could unleash his pace.
"Probably the best thing he (Addo-Carr) has done is move to Melbourne from the Tigers," Feldt said.
"He's hit his straps under (Melbourne coach) Craig Bellamy and turned himself into a very good player.
"(We need to) really tighten up the middle and not let them get too many metres out of yardage.
"They've got a big forward pack and their outside backs really get their sets going."
Feldt said the team had been galvanised by being in their own bubble, away from the Townsville hype, as they flew to Sydney on Wednesday for the fourth time in as many weeks.
"There's been a lot of cards played, just killing time. Being together as a team has brought us closer," Feldt said.
"Everybody says Morgo (is best at cards), but that's just because he cheats."