Let's talk about THAT try. What. A. Try.
Hang on. You've already spoken about THAT try. Four months ago. Steve Jackson, spin, put the entire Balmain Tigers team on his back and carry them over to score immortality.
No no THAT try. THAT try. It's almost the forgotten one. John "Chicka" Ferguson. Left foot. Left foot. Burrow. Over.
The one that helped tie the game and sent it to extra time. The one that allowed Steve Jackson to score THAT try.
Ahhhh, OK. As you were. Carry on.
But now you've mentioned it. There's a common link between the two. Jackson.
It could've been a double for the prop. If only Chicka had passed the ball. Or heard him. Or both. But instead. Left foot. Left foot. Burrow.
"When Chicka scored, when that kick went up from [Chris O'Sullivan] I went up for it and I got my left hand on the ball and it went backwards into Laurie [Daley]'s hands," Jackson recalled.
"Then Laurie threw it over the top to Chicka and Chicka came back inside to where I was.
"And I was inside him going, 'CHICKA! CHICKA GIVE IT TO ME!'
"And all I could think was, 'I want to score, I want to score.' As we know, he was going himself.
"You watch Chicka's try, I was on his back. I call it a try assist.
"I remember thinking, 'I didn't score a try, but geez I was involved in one'. Then a little bit later I get an opportunity."
Gone, but not forgotten. Both tries live long in the mind of Queensland coach Kevin Walters.
Just as Chicka's elusiveness and determination to score live on in the mind of the back who came off the bench in the '89 grand final.
His final game for the Green Machine before returning home to join the Broncos.
It seems Chicka's just as elusive as ever. Never one to enjoy the limelight, he won't be coming down for the Raiders' hall of fame induction on Friday night. When three more names get added.
Nor will he make the Forever Green night. The Old Boys' night at the Raiders' clash against the Wests Tigers at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.
"I think everyone understood how important Chicka's try was. It sort of levelled it didn't it," Walters said.
"Chicka was one of those players that everyone loved playing with.
"He was just a real knockabout fella, but when it came to game time he was as good as anyone on the field and always a very exciting player to watch and to play with.
"He could always pull something out where not many players could and that was the case that day for Chicka. It was a great try, one of the great grand final tries."
Sort of levelled it. But not quite. 14-12. The Raiders are still trailing Balmain by two.
The clock's ticking down. Time is running out. The highly fancied Tigers are still in front.
Up steps Mal Meninga. Big Mal. The ball lined up on his pile of sand. Ten metres out. On a slight angle. Ready for the toe poke.
Looks easy enough. But that's what makes it tough. It's a moment the other Walters still remembers. That and Chicka.
"That one that Chicka scored that was the one that really [mattered]," Steve Walters said.
"The other thing that gets forgotten is Mal had to kick that goal too. I often think about that.
"When Chicka scored, he did some bloody good work to get over the line, but Mal had to kick that penalty and it was one of those shit ones - you were expected to get it, but it was easy to miss because it was about halfway out.
"I asked him about it before and he said he didn't take hardly any time because he would've thought about it too much."
Don't think. Just do. And that's exactly what Big Mal did. Extra time. The rest is history.
From all those big names from that game. It seems Chicka was the biggest of all. To the fans.
Meninga, Walters, Daley, Gary Belcher, Bradley Clyde, Ricky Stuart, Glenn Lazarus.
Chicka. Does any of the current Green Machine compare with the silky footwork? Jordan Rapana? Nick Cotric? Bailey Simonsson?
Daley doesn't think so. Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck maybe. Dances the same.
But the Raiders mob. They're a bit bigger. A bit more powerful.
"No not really. They're a different type of player to Chicka," Daley said.
"They rely on their power and size and speed, whereas Chicka had tremendous footwork.
"He was more of a Roger Tuivasa-Sheck footwork, Chicka.
"He wasn't a big man, but he came to the line and just had amazing footwork where he could beat you either shoulder.
"You didn't know if he was coming off the left or right.
"If forwards were a bit tired or too wide in their spacing Chicka would just go straight through the other end.
"He was a completely different player, but geez he was effective. Out of all the big names we had he was probably the crowd favourite."
NRL ROUND 18
Saturday: Canberra Raiders v Wests Tigers at Canberra Stadium, 5.30pm.
Raiders squad: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, 2. Bailey Simonsson, 3. Jarrod Croker (c), 4. Michael Oldfield, 5. Jordan Rapana, 6. Jack Wighton, 7. Aidan Sezer, 8. Josh Papalii, 9. Josh Hodgson (c), 10. Dunamis Lui, 11. John Bateman, 12. Elliott Whitehead, 13. Joe Tapine. Interchange: 14. Siliva Havili, 15. Corey Horsburgh, 16. Sia Soliola, 17. Emre Guler. Reserves: 18. Sam Williams, 19. Royce Hunt, 20. Jack Murchie, 21. JJ Collins.
Tigers squad: 1. Corey Thompson, 2. Paul Momirovski, 3. Moses Mbye, 4. Esan Marsters, 5. David Nofoaluma, 6. Benji Marshall, 7. Luke Brooks, 8. Josh Aloiai, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. Alex Twal, 11. Ryan Matterson, 12. Chris Lawrence, 13. Matt Eisenhuth. Interchange: 14. Jacob Liddle, 15. Thomas Mikaele, 16. Elijah Taylor, 17. Michael Chee-Kam. Reserves: 18. Tommy Talau, 19. Chris McQueen, 20. Luke Garner, 21. Oliver Clark.