They didn't quite live up to Freddy's famous intercept try, but this year's batch of retired legends still whisked us down memory lane at the Auckland Nines.
The Sharks, Wests Tigers and Eels are the surprise packets after an outstanding opening day of the 2015 Dick Smith Auckland Nines.
The Sharks have thrashed the Brisbane Broncos 31-4, thanks to try-scoring doubles from Blake Ayshford, Jack Bird and Sami Sauiluma.
The Roosters have claimed their second narrow victory of the 2015 Auckland Nines, edging out the Bulldogs 10-6 in a game where defence held sway.
A stunning late Canberra comeback, including two tries inside the final minute, have stunned the Warriors with a 23-19 win.
The Wests Tigers smashed the Titans in the day's biggest blowout 26-0 to all but end the Gold Coast's chances in the tournament.
A strong South Sydney comeback has made them the second team to take two wins in the 2015 Auckland Nines and dented the Cowboys' hopes of defending their title.
The Storm easily accounted for Penrith to earn on Saturday their first win of the Auckland Nines weekend with a 20-4 victory.
A terrific Manly comeback from 15-0 nil down wasn't enough to stop the Dragons stealing a stunning win in the dying seconds.
The Eels became the first team in the 2015 Auckland Nines with two wins, snatching a heart-stopping 21-15 victory over the Knights.