You could forgive Daniel Killick-Moran for dreading his return to Phillip Oval on Sunday, two years after a twisted knee shattered his Canberra Raiders Cup premiership dream.
The West Belconnen Warriors prop left the ground with a ruptured posterior cruciate ligament and was ruled out for the rest of the season, forcing him to watch from the sideline as his teammates went on to win the grand final.
West Belconnen's Daniel Killick-Moran returns to Phillip to face the Woden Valley Rams this weekend.
But the front-rower says he's ready to return to the "scene of the crime" and wants to have a big impact against the in-form Woden Valley Rams.
"It was good that I didn't need a reconstruction on my knee as it was the PCL and not the ACL," Killick-Moran said.
"Personally it's a big game for me coming back to the scene of the crime and even bigger as we are against Woden who are the form side of the competition at the moment.