Is this the worst Rugby League blunder of all time?
It occurred in an English second division final between Featherstone Rovers and Batley at the weekend.
The Rovers scored the unbelievable try after a huge mistake by Batley's Shaun Ainscough. Instead of just taking the tackle and ending the match, Batley opted to kick for the sideline.
Only he didn't quite make the sideline and Featherstone winger Will Sharp raced through to pickup the loose ball and score.
The incident saw us dive into the archives and find some other blunders that are almost just as memorable.
1. Paul Carige, 1998 Qualifying Final - Parramatta v Canterbury
Parramatta led 18-2 with 11 minutes to go only for the Bulldogs to come storming home thanks to tries from centre Willie Talau and the superboot of kicker Daryl Halligan.
The game was locked at 18-18 with the siren sounding as Parramatta fullback Paul Carige tried a 'chip-and-chase'.
The ball would make its way to Canterbury half-back Craig Polla-Mounter on the halfway line, who promptly attempted a long range drop goal to win the match.
It missed by an inch.
For the record the Bulldogs went on to win the game in Extra-Time.
2. James O'Connor, Super 15 Rugby - Reds v Sharks
James O'Connor may never live this moment down thanks to the wonder that is YouTube.
The Reds stars was attempting a clearing kick, but it turned into something much worse.
The kick went straight to Sharks forward Stefan Ungerer, who probably wont score an easier try in his career.
This moment only further endeared O'Connor to Australian Rugby fans with the youngster having just returned to the country following his banishment to European rugby for disciplinary issues.
3. Justin Hodges, State of Origin Game 2, 2002
Justin Hodges waived goodbye to the State of Origin arena this season following a stellar career for Queensland.
That career didn't exactly get off to the best of starts though.
Hodges had a nightmare introduction to the Origin cauldron gifting New South Wales Game 2 in 2002 after throwing two passes from his own in-goal area straight to the opposition.
Just to rub it in even further, Hodges was promptly dragged from the field and replaced.
To be fair though, Hodges would go on to form part of a record breaking Queensland Origin side in future years, so he probably made up for it.
4. Brett Kimmorley, State of Origin Game 1, 2005
In Game 1, 2005 Queensland raced out to a 19-0 lead but heroically New South Wales would claw their way back to lead 20-19 with three minutes remaining.
Jonathan Thurston slotted a field goal and we were locked at 20-20 on full-time, sending us to Golden Point Extra-Time for this first time ever in State of Origin history.
During the added period, NSW halfback Brett Kimmorley fired a long pass in the direction of the Dragons centre Matt Cooper, only for Queensland flyer Matt Bowen to intercept and run up the other end and score for the Maroons, winning the match.
5. College football, Stanford v Cal, 1982
We are all loving American football in Australia at the moment thanks to the exploits of Jarryd Hayne.
But although the game is often known for its stoppages, ad-breaks and time-outs, there is the occasional excitement, like the closing stages of the clash between rivals Stanford and Cal in 1982.
Stanford were up by one point with four seconds left.
Assuming the game was in the bag the Stanford band entered the field of play to begin celebrations.
But they would be very wrong. A 55 yard charge followed and Cal found the endzone to win 25-20, crushing several band members in the process.