Riverina had fallen agonisingly short of another win in the Kookaburra Cup.
After a final-ball loss to Newcastle on Wednesday, Riverina were beaten by Greater Illawarra in the last over on Thursday.
It seems then finish the tournament with two wins and three losses from their five matches.
Each loss was in the final over.
Central Coast went through undefeated to take home the trophy.
Ben Signor topped scored with 50 to help Riverina to 151.
He put on a 83-run partnership with Wagga’s Jake Scott (36) to get the side out of real trouble when they slipped to 5-45.
Illawarra only lost two wickets, but had three balls in hand when the winning runs were struck.
Meanwhile Wagga’s Josh Mills couldn’t leave a Riverina revival in the last Bradman Cup match on Thursday.
Mills made 59 as his side struggled to chase down Greater Illawarra’s total of 9-208.
They were bowled out for 146 in the 44th over.
Mills was a standout for the tournament with 189 runs at 47.25.
Riverina were on top with Illawarra struggling at 7-119 before Connor Gray made an unbeaten 60 at number nine.
The loss ended their hopes of taking out the title.