Oh dear. That's a shocker. A referee error has cost the Canberra Raiders their first NRL premiership in 25 years.
It handed the Sydney Roosters back-to-back titles with a 14-8 win at Sydney Olympic Park on Sunday.
The Raiders were on the charge when referee Ben Cummins called six again as they pressed the Roosters' line.
Canberra five-eighth Jack Wighton took the subsequent tackle - when he had every chance to kick if it wasn't for the referee's call.
What was a Green Machine on the attack, somehow became a Roosters ball and almost instantly they were up the other end with Dally M Medallist James Tedesco scoring the winning try.
It was cruel. No, it was more than cruel for a packed house of 82,922.
Wighton became the second Raider to win the Clive Churchill Medal, following in the footsteps of Bradley Clyde.
He was excellent and should be selected in the Australian team on Monday, scoring a cracking try in the first half to get the Green Machine back into the game.
But that call. You can only shake your head.
"There's no doubt he said six again. We'll hear more about that," Nine commentator Gus Gould said.
"I can't imagine the Raiders weren't fooled by that call. The referee waved his arm to say six again.
"You don't look back to [see if it's changed]."
It completely swung the momentum of the game.
The second half had been all Raiders as they continually pressed the Rosters line.
Wighton said it was a tough loss to swallow.
"Very numb at the moment mate. It's the first time I've been in this position," hes said.
"We thought we had the team this year ... it's hard to swallow. So close but so far ... it's hard."
The referee error was one of three big moments in what was largely an arm wrestle.
While the third definitely went against the Raiders the first two were split.
Canberra prop Sia Soliola produced a charge down - with his head - but it hit the Roosters' trainer, preventing Elliott Whitehead a try-scoring opportunity.
It resulted in a Roosters scrum feed and they took full toll of the possession they dominated in the first half.
It was a big turning point, with it eventually leading to opening try of the game - Roosters hooker Sam Verrills proving Trent Robinson made the right decision to start him ahead of Jake Friend.
Verrills darted out of dummy half and caught the Raiders' middle defence napping.
The second was another big call - but correct one - with Roosters star Cooper Cronk, playing his final game before retiring, sent to the sin bin.
After the Roosters were on top, the Raiders worked their way back into the game during the back portion of the opening 40-minutes.
They came out firing in the second half, led by enforcer Josh Papalii - who put in another marathon effort.
He ran for 132 metres in massive minutes.
Papalii was also responsible for Cronk's sin binning.
Cronk tackled him without the ball as threatened the Roosters' line.
Raiders co-captain Josh Hodgson hoped it was the beginning of a resurgent Green Machine.
It's their first finals campaign since 2016 and then went within a whistle of winning the premiership.
"Hopefully it's the first of many [finals], but it feels like a punch in the stomach at the moment," Hodgson said.
The Roosters lost Mitchell Aubusson to a knee injury, but he'll have a premiership ring to ease his pain.
AT A GLANCE
SYDNEY ROOSTERS 14 (Sam Verrills, James Tedesco tries; Latrell Mitchell 3 goals) bt CANBERRA RAIDERS 8 (Jack Wighton try; Jarrod Croker 2 goals) at Sydney Olympic Park. Referees: Ben Cummins, Gerard Sutton. Crowd: 82,922.