That one won't be forgotten in a hurry.
Only playing with 16 men and then forced to play the final 35 minutes with just two reserves following a knock to backrower Jack Siejka, Group 10 has produced a tough-as-nails performance to knock off Group 11 at Forbes on Saturday.
In the annual Western derby, both sides battled player unavailability in the lead-up to the clash but the visitors traveled to Forbes knowingly down two players and then only managed to bump up their quota to 16 by plucking a first grader from the crowd.
Still, a brace to Matt Ranse and tries to Casey Burgess and Jackson Brien inspired Graeme Osborne's side to a tremendous come-from-behind victory over a Group 11 side boasting the services of former NRL gun Travis Waddell.
Earlier, Group 10 won the league tag while Group 11 took honours in the under 18s.
Check out all the photos from the day in our gallery.