No, that's not a quote from Rovers post-game after winning four games in a row but it was a phrase that brought entertainment to Jim Stirling Oval on Saturday.
Frederickton elected to bat first in round 17 and early wides from Rovers would've given them some encouragement.
However, opening bowler Ben Brennan fought back brilliantly to remove both openers with Jamie Cooper (16) caught behind off a spectacular Steven Morn effort.
Grant McMillan then entered and proceeded to attack the bowlers, hitting predominantly through the mid-wicket, mid-on and mid-off region.
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However, the wickets fell around McMillan with the score at 5/81 before he hit Ethan Brown for two consecutive fours.
Brown got the win, bowling McMillan the next ball for 49.
When Nathan Williams and Brett Kirkman met in the seventh-wicket stand, entertainment ensued.
Williams three fours brought a cheer from the other end as Kirkman yelled with a twirl of the bat, "yeah boy send it".
Despite the entertainment, the Fleas were eventually bowled out for 109 from 21.3 overs with Brennan (3/14 from 6 overs) and Brown (4/60 off 7.3) leading the way.
After bringing to the ground an incredibly thick veterinary textbook, Tim 'Zygi' Holmes put down the study notes to open the batting for Rovers and took the game away from the opposition.
Holmes hit his way to a wonderful 70 in an innings that featured elegant on and off drives.
His run tally helped Rovers reach the required total in 17.3 overs, three wickets down.