With their victory over the Newcastle Knights last weekend, the Cronulla Sharks earned the right to play Week 1 of the finals at their home of PointsBet Stadium.
This news is a part of the ongoing controversy surrounding the top four teams playing their finals in small suburban stadiums. The issue being that these blockbuster games (being the Panthers and Eels, and Sharks up against the Cowboys) will be played in front of only around a combined 34000 people.
Shark Park is currently undergoing rennovations.
But while it may be unfortunate that so many fans will miss out, there is one big perk; we get to see more of what Gus Gould calls the 'Bermuda Triangle'.
Colloquially known to all footy fans as Shark Park, the Cronulla home ground has been home to many bizarre and just outright unlikely moments that don't happen elsewhere and here are five of the most memorable.
4. Cameron Smith gets sent to the sin bin for the first time
By Round 4 of the 2018 campaign , Cameron Smith had played 362 games without once being sent to the sin bin until he came to Shark Park; then, once again, what seemed impossible became possible.
The game itself was already strange enough, featuring a mind-boggling 30 penalties and ending 14-4 amid the NRL's infamous penalty crackdown.
But the most memorable moment came in the 52nd minute when a frustrated Smith decided to back chat referee Matt Cecchin resulting in a trip to the sin bin.
Earlier this year, Smith revealed that he said to Cecchin, "you're killing the game," and it was as simple as that, he was gone.
He was known for his great rapport with the referees throughout his career, but on this night on this ground, he snapped.
He was only sent to the bin one other time later in his career, controversially for striking, but nothing like what happened at Shark Park ever happened again.
It drew the night's loudest cheer of the night in the Shire and buoyed the Sharks to victory, but perhaps it can only be explained as another mystery of the Bermuda Triangle.