Running out onto the ground with his six-year-old twins will be the highlight of Longford ruckman Sam Graham's 250th game.
The 33-year-old will take centre stage in Saturday's home clash with Hillwood, which also doubles as the 30-year celebrations for the Country Tigers' most recent premiership.
Now well into his second decade at the club, Graham said the milestone was "just one of those things", but conceded he was excited to share the moment with his sons.
"I suppose when I look back on it I'll be pleased to have achieved it, but at the moment it's just about playing and winning," he said.
"I will be pretty pumped to run out with my two boys - that'll be pretty good because the last few times they've been a little bit small.
"That's probably one of the best things about this one I suppose."
The Country Tigers will lock in top spot for good should they get the better of Hillwood - a rise few predicted at the start of the season.
Graham said the side's improvement had come from within the club's four walls.
"We haven't really recruited this year, all of it has come from inside the club which is really good," Graham said.
"[Coach Beau Thorp] has done a really good job bringing the young fellas through, and they've come on very quickly this year which is very surprising to a lot of people outside the club, but a lot of people who have been around have seen it coming for a while."
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