While there'll be plenty of memorable moments on the field tomorrow for North Launceston Football Club, one long-time member will be in the locker room ensuring the team's in the best shape it can be.
David 'Macca' McIntosh has been involved with the club for 14 years, and has been a life member for three of those.
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He said becoming a life member of the club was one of his fondest memories.
"I love the club, I love the people and to be made a life member was something I never thought was going to happen and when it did, I was over the moon," McIntosh said.
McIntosh works with the club as a trainer, strapping players and helping them prepare ahead of training and matches.
He first got involved with the club when his son Drew played with North Launceston club president Thane Brady's son, Jett.
"He [Brady] asked me if I wanted to get more involved in the club, he said 'we need a sports trainer for the under-9s and under-11s'," McIntosh said.
"Then I did the [under] 12s and [under] 16s for a few years and now I look after the seniors and seconds."
There's no such thing as a secret to doing what you love doing best, and I love doing this job.David McIntosh
As far as McIntosh was concerned, there was no secrets to ensuring players a properly prepped prior to taking to the field.
"There's no such thing as a secret to doing what you love doing best, and I love doing this job, I do," McIntosh said.