The New Zealand men's hockey team has finished with a win over Argentina at the Olympics.
The Black Sticks never really looked like losing a game they wouldn't have wanted to be in.
Veteran Phil Burrows says they wanted to play with pride.
"We wanted to put a big performance out for our last game. We thought we owed it to all our supporters who came over and watched us. Obviously disappointed with how it went but we played pretty well in our last two games. That's the pleasing side I guess."
The Black Sticks led 3-0 at halftime, thanks to goals from Stephen Jenness, Richard Petherick and Nick Wilson.
The game lost its sting in the second half, while Argentina added a consolation goal.
New Zealand has finished 9th overall, and it could be the end of an era, with a number of senior players to decide their future.
Coach Shane McLeod won't seek reappointment when his contract expires at the end of the year