Try this when measuring how much it means that Blacktown have made the finals for the first since joining the Sydney first-grade cricket competition in 2002.
"The man who did my carpets and the lawnmower man look up the Blacktown cricket results now," said captain Tony Clark about the Warriors' season.
That's two among the many new Blacktown fans.
Or try this:
"Since we won yesterday, I've had phone calls and messages from everywhere," said the Sydney grade legend, with almost 30 seasons up and premierships won elsewhere.
"Former team-mates, ex-presidents, people I haven't heard from in 10 years. People don't believe it."
They don't believe a team of virtual juniors, with eight eligible for the Poidevin Gray Shield, a team that won just a game last year, will meet St George in the play-offs this weekend.
The captain was speaking under duress on Sunday.
The Warriors had celebrated until 4.30am.