LAUNCESTON Cricket Club stalwart Jade Selby notched up his 300th game for the club yesterday.
The former club captain and coach made his A-grade debut in 1994 against Old Scotch as a 16-year-old and has been lucky enough to play in nine A-grade, three second grade and eight one- day premierships with the Lions.
Selby, 35, played his first game in two years with the club yesterday against Westbury after a sint as Tasmania Roar coach.
"You sit back now and realise that if you don't win another one, it has been quite nice to win all those," he said.
"We chased 542 against Mowbray in my second premiership and that is a highlight and in 2000 we had to take six wickets in the last hour, so they are just two memorable ones but they are all special.
"I have been fortunate enough to play with Boony (David Boon), which was amazing to play with my idol.
"Even the guys like James Faulkner and Xavier Doherty that have come through here - it has been a good ride."
Selby made 27 not out on debut has scored about 10,200 runs and 30 A-grade 100s.
The right hand middle-order batsman is club's second highest run scorer behind Richard Bennett and the club's highest in the one-day format.
Selby also played several games for Tasmania Second XI.