One co-captain or two? That's the burning, or freezing, question facing Jarrod Croker and Josh Hodgson.
Which one will jump into a bathtub of Raiders Lime now the iconic Canberra Milk drink will make a comeback for one game only?
Then Raiders captain Terry Campese wrote himself into Canberra folklore when he took the plunge back in 2013 for the flavoured milk's comeback, with the pressure now on Croker and Hodgson to do the same.
It would all be for a worthy cause with Canberra Milk bringing it back for the Raiders' season opener against the Gold Coast Titans at Canberra Stadium on March 13.
Raiders Lime will then disappear again having hopefully done it's part for bushfire relief.
There will be just 8000 bottles on sale at the Raiders' round-one clash with all money raised going towards the #WeAreOne fundraising campaign.
The Canberra Times revealed all of Canberra's major sports and sporting bodies, including the Raiders and the ACT Brumbies, joined together during the summer to raise money for those that have been devastated by the bushfires.
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The NRL have turned the first round of the 2020 season into a massive fundraiser, with all eight games raising money for charity.
Now Canberra Milk have joined the cause with Raiders fans to donate "what it's worth" to buy a bottle.
If you think it's worth a deep sea diver, then chuck in $5. If good enough to warrant a golden drinking voucher then drop $50 into the bucket.
Either way a bottle filled with the match-made-in-heaven will be yours.
Raiders Lime will yet again make it into the changerooms at Canberra Stadium.Robert Niggl
It's the first time the fan favourite has been produced since 2015, having lasted three years on the shelves before the acquired taste was put to bed again.
Raiders Lime debuted in 1990 when Canberra legend Mal Meninga knocked one down in the changerooms to get the lime rolling.
Capitol Chilled Foods chief executive Robert Niggl said they were honoured to be able to help in their own special way.
"Raiders Lime will yet again make it into the changerooms at Canberra Stadium, this time as a sign of the sporting community coming together and showing resilience," he said.
"As a foundation sponsor of the Canberra Raiders since 1982, Canberra Milk is honoured to bring back the sought-after Raiders Lime to support #WeAreOne, with all proceeds from each Raiders Lime raising money for the volunteers, families and communities affected by the bushfire tragedy."