When Josh Bingham's header snuck past the Western Sydney goalkeeper and into the net on Sunday, it sealed a vital win for the Wolves.
Wollongong's 1-0 victory at Albert Butler Park was a big result - so big that it saw them jump into second place on the Men's NSW NPL1 ladder with two rounds left.
The Wolves are now ahead of Sydney United 58 on goal difference and only two points behind Rockdale. In a strange season, which has been disrupted by COVID, can our Wolves claim back-to-back premierships?
They will need a couple of wins and other results to go their way, but it's now a possibility - thanks to Sunday's win. And while this year's trophy will always have an asterisk next to it, you can only play what's in front of you. A championship title is still up for grabs.
That wouldn't be a bad effort for the Wolves in a year where some new players have come in, and young guys have been given extra opportunities to gain invaluable on-field experience.
Speaking of youth, the Wolves have been running a clinic at Thomas Dalton Park this week. About 100 kids have attended, which shows how much the Wolves have inspired these kids in recent years. Hopefully there'll be some future Wolves stars who will emerge from it.