Life in the NRL is tough. In fact, it's so tough it can make you age overnight as the years of pressure take their toll.
The Canberra Raiders will celebrate their inaugural premiership on Friday night when they host a Hall of Fame dinner and honour their 1989 champions.
But it was the modern-day Green Machine players who were looking like time had caught up with them in the FaceApp challenge.
The ageing photo challenge has been sweeping social media, with people using the Russian-based mobile phone app to see what they'll look like in 40 years.
The Raiders had a bit of fun with their current stars, showing the likes of Jarrod Croker, Nick Cotric and Jack Wighton with wrinkles and grey hair.
Club legends like Mal Meninga, Gary Belcher, John "Chicka" Ferguson and Laurie Daley will be back in town this weekend for the Raiders' "Forever Green" old boys round.
The modern-day Raiders will be hoping they can emulate their premiership heroics this year so that when they look back they can age gracefully instead of going grey overnight.
The ACT Brumbies got in on the act as well. The Raiders have gone 25 years without a premiership. The Brumbies haven't won a title in 15 years. Maybe this is what pressure and championship droughts make you look like.