Footy flashback this week goes back to 2015 when the Leeton Greens finished the season as runners-up.
It was another top season for the Greens, who took on the Hay Magpies in this grand final match up, but they were unable to bring the premiership trophy home.
Here's how The Irrigator reported on that match in 2015:
Glum loss for league tag side
BEING reigning premiers and at the top of their game made the Group 20 grand final loss all the more bitter for Leeton in Griffith on Sunday.
The Greens league tag side played their hearts out for the duration of the match, but were unable to break through the defensive line of the Hay Magpies.
Hay was the statistically impressive team of the 2015 season and they proved why at EW Moore Oval in Griffith at the weekend.
Hay dominated the game and left Leeton unable to find any cracks within their game plan to out score them.
Some awkward passes resulting in the ball going to ground cost the Greenies the first-half of the game.
At times they offered the Magpies options to score on a silver platter and at half-time Hay was well on their way to winning the grand final as Leeton was left scoreless through the half.
At the break, Hay was well up, 8-0, and Leeton's premiership hopes started to slowly slip away.
A usually sprightly and sure footed Ua Ravu was unable to get her gait up due to opposing pressure from the Magpies.
There were occasions when Leeton looked aggressive and returned to form, playing like the powerhouse they have been this season.
At times assaults were provided, especially through captain Eliza Baddock and co-coach Kelly Pauls, but at a time when it mattered most, it wasn't meant to be.
The Magpies played like they were more hungry for the title than the Greens and the heat of the afternoon didn't slow them down.
The only try for Leeton was scored by number 17, Elli Gill. Gill crossed the line for the unconverted try with 10 minutes remaining.
This would have left Hay feeling some pressure, but Rachael Pearson, the only scorer for the Magpies, squashed the threat with a skilled kick in the final minutes.
A despondent Pauls took time to give credit to Hay.
"They played the perfect game," she said.
"They never gave up.
"We lost the game in the first-half.
"But credit to the girls, they came out in the second -half.
"Thanks to the Greenies in general and thanks to the club in general.
"Thanks to co-coach Anthony Rudd.
"It's disappointing for the girls to end the season like this, we've worked really hard."
Pauls said she was excited about the five new starters for the team, saying they were only going to get better.
Baddock was also gracious in defeat and congratulated Hay for the game played.
"It's been a great year (for the Greens)," she said.
"We've played one loosing grand final in league tag, but we'll be back bigger and better next year."