THE George Town Football Club will celebrate dual premiership reunions this weekend at Blue Gum Park for its final home game of the season against Scottsdale.
The Saints will honour the 20-year anniversary of the club's only state reserves premiership win in 1993 and the 10-year anniversary of back-to back NTFA senior premierships under coach Dale Chugg.
George Town defeated Claremont in the 1993 state reserves premiership under playing coach Scott "Badger" Vineyard.
"We beat Beaconsfield to win the flag up here and then went to Hobart and won pretty comfortably down there too in the last year that state premierships were played," Vineyard said.
"Claremont weren't expecting to lose - they didn't even have a cup made for us."
Chugg coached the Saints to the first five of the club's record run of eight consecutive NTFA division 1 flags in a golden era from 2002 to 2009.
"We are expecting players from all over Australia to attend the reunions, which should be a great day for those involved," club spokesman Ricky Cook said.
"We are getting playing guernseys made with the state reserves premiership team printed on the front of the guernsey for all wanting to purchase them for memorabilia.
"We will be providing a luncheon and have beer on tap at $2.50 a beer."
The reunions are set to kick off at noon.
Inquiries can be made to Cook on 0400958210.