You could forgive Dunamis Lui for not remembering his last four-pointer, so long has it been.
Then again, the rate at which he scores them suggests he would remember every little detail about all three of them.
Lui busted through the Wests Tigers defence to score the opening try of the match and just the third of his 128-game NRL career.
It set the Canberra Raiders on course for a 20-12 win in front of 15,656 at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night.
A week after Raiders captain Jarrod Croker surged to the top of the club's all-time try scorers list, his teammate broke through for his first since July of 2014.
"My last try for Manly was about five years ago. Yeah, I still remember, bro," Lui laughed.
"I don't score many tries, so I still remember all of them. My eyes lit up, it was probably one of the easiest tries I have scored, probably one of the only tries I've scored.
"I was just happy to get over the line and give the boys a good start."
For his first, we have to go back to Lui's second game in the top grade - one for Brisbane back in 2010. That's one for the Broncos, one for Manly, one for Canberra, and none in a stint at St George Illawarra.
It means Lui has had more NRL clubs than first grade tries. Raiders fans hope there will be plenty more to come for one of the good guys.
TIGERS MUST 'HARDEN UP'
A frustrated Michael Maguire has challenged his embattled Wests Tigers outfit to "look in the mirror" and "harden up" or risk watching another season fall by the wayside.
The defeat leaves their season hanging by a thread and the seething coach says his side must find the desire they need to turn their faltering campaign around.
"They've got to look in the mirror and find it," Maguire said.
"We've got to be a lot harder as a team, simple as that," Maguire said.
"We've been talking about patches over the past couple of months and it seems to be a recurring piece in this team at the moment. I'm annoyed with having to be in that situation.
"We shouldn't be in that situation, simple as that. If we're going to change as a club and a playing group, we need to harden up as a group."
A win would have sent them to ninth and perhaps sent a few nerves through the shaky Novocastrians.
Instead, they remain 13th with a lacklustre points differential and trailing a host of sides desperate to force their way into finals contention.
THIEF IN THE NIGHT
Josh Hodgson is just about unrivalled across the NRL when it comes to his innate ability to turn defence into attack.
The Raiders co-captain managed to rip the ball from the grasp of a rival player twice to put Canberra on the front foot.
It mightn't seem like much at first, but those plays have the potential to turn a game on its head.
"It's an art, he reminds me of Alfie Langer," Raiders coach Ricky Stuart said.
"Alfie was amazing at that too, I think they changed the rules because of Alf. It changes momentum, it's a big shift."
And it's just another reason why Hodgson is one of the best in the world.