There's a very real chance that at some point in the future, Launceston football umpire Casey Fellows will officiate his younger brother Brayden.
And when that day comes, the latter can expect no favours.
"I might even be a bit tougher on him," Casey said with a wry smile.
The sons of Michelle and Tasmanian hall of fame umpire Terry are both representing the state at national championships this month, with Casey to umpire his second match of the AFLW under-18s on Wednesday and Brayden to line up for the under-15s in Launceston later this month.
The extra three weeks' wait will be crucial to Brayden's preparation as he recovers from a broken finger suffered in a state team intra-club practice match last month.
The Prospect Hawks ruck and centre half-back expects to time his recovery perfectly for the state's first clash against Victoria on July 28.
"I was very excited [to be picked], especially with my finger, I got lucky when I did it," Brayden said.
"I just broke it, cracked it straight through three weeks ago - I went up to hit the ball and my finger stayed extended and cracked."
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Casey's under-18 nationals selection comes just three months since he made his TSL senior debut and less than two years since he took up the whistle.
The 16-year-old reminisced that umpiring the AFLW's premier talent competition on the Gold Coast seemed far removed from growing up kicking the footy in Summerhill's Rowland Crescent park.
"This is the top thing that I've done really," he said.
"I've only started umpiring recently so this is the highest thing I've done, and the first step into getting my name into the national talent pathway to hopefully go on and make the AFL in the future.
"I'm thankful for the opportunity that's been given to me from Cameron [Lee] and the fellas at AFL Tas, they've been great to me as a young fella and given me a lot of opportunities."
School Sport Australia's boys' and girls' national under-15 football championships will be held at venues across Launceston between July 28 and August 3.
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