Winning four consecutive golf majors, notching a quadruple-double or even a 60-point game and producing an unassisted triple play - they're some of the rarest occurrences in the sporting world, that only come to pass when the stars align perfectly.
If everything falls in such a way this weekend Orange District Cricket Association's second grade competition may well produce an occurrence just as rare, albeit not quite as spectacular.
Not for Orange City anyway.
Far and away the most successful side in the second grade competition's history with 17 titles, the Warriors have consistently been there when the whips are cracking in recent years and have actually featured in the last 12 grand finals.
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But, incredibly, there's a chance they won't just miss the decider in 2018-19, if results in this weekend's final regular season round don't fall in their favour this weekend they could miss the finals altogether.
The Warriors are sitting third and seven points clear of Kinross, with a reasonably hefty advantage in terms of quotient too, and can't move any higher with Centrals (61 points) and Cavaliers (50) certain of top two finishes.
But if the Warriors are upset by the cellar-dwelling CYMS at Country Club Oval this weekend and the fighting students pull off a miraculous outright win over Cavaliers at Kinross Main Oval, the greens will drop to fourth and fall out of the finals frame.
Granted, the chances of that are slim considering Cavaliers boast the likes of Stu Middleton and returned to form with a win of their own over the Warriors last week.
But even so, the Warriors are in uncharted Warriors in a way and how the Adam Cowden-led side reacts to that pressure is an interesting prospect.
There'll be no waiting a week to see what result, and outcome, the games bring either, with the ODCA's first and second grade final rounds being played over both Saturday and Sunday.
In the top grade Cavaliers need only to earn a single point against Kinross at Wade Park to cement the minor premiership while CYMS are gunning for an outright of their own against Orange City at Riawena Oval.
The green and golds are 10 points behind the second-placed Warriors, and would move into the top two should they claim maximum points.
The third grade top three is set although Waratahs and Centrals are still racing for fourth, while Centenary CUp's finalists are locked in.
Saturday's play kicks off at 1pm before the second day in the top grades starts at 11am on Sunday.
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