As Evandale's season is on the line, celebrations could be extra sweet for two of the side's stars come Sunday night.
Jackson Davey and Luke Niejalke will don Eagles colours for the 150th and 100th time respectively in the elimination final contest against Old Launcestonians at Invermay Park.
Starting at the club as a boundary umpire, Davey worked his way through the ranks, transitioning into the senior runner role before finally stepping on the ground as a player in 2011.
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Playing in a reserves premiership, the centre-half forward and ruckman has developed his game to earn the reputation as a strong marker and goal-kicker as he cemented his senior spot.
Described as one of the great role-models at Evandale Football Club with a playing style "as hard as a cat's head", Niejalke has also tasted premiership success in the blue, white and yellow.
An ever-reliable defender who has been in and out of the seniors side throughout the season, 'Jelks' as he is affectionately known attacks the ball in a tough but fair manner.
Both loved and respected members of the club, the compliments rolled in for the milestone men through Evandale's Facebook page.
Last year's grand finalists, the Eagles had a slow start to the season before hitting their straps and qualifying for the finals series with a 20-point win over their 2018 conquerors, East Coast last Saturday.
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