Fletcher Harding has played just about every position you can in American football.
The 30-year-old has spent nearly eight seasons with the Launceston Gorillas Gridiron Club; he's played safety, cornerback, outside linebacker, tight end and wide receiver.
"I've pretty much played everywhere that's not defensive or offensive line," Harding said.
The veteran now finds himself under centre as the Gorillas' starting quarterback for the 2020-21 season.
Harding has been a part of the Gorillas organisation since its inception in 2013.
"I worked with a bloke who knew the fella that started it," he said.
"We're electricians, and we walked into a place where we were working and the Super Bowl was on.
"I said in passing 'I'd love to play that' and he said 'well, there's a league starting up'.
"I got there three weeks after the league had started, the rest is history."
While injuries have kept Harding sidelined since 2017, his support for the club remained.
"I just love the game - every aspect about it, even when I've been injured I've come back to watch the games and help the teams out," he said.
When talking about sliding into what is the most valuable position in American football, Harding said it had been a mixed bag so far.
"It's been fun, but it's been difficult - it gets in your head. But the team makes it easy for me, I really like it," he said
As for his play-style, Harding humorously admitted he's yet to pick one.
"There's not really any play styles that model themselves to a 30-year-old bloke," he said.
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Harding would be sidelined late during Saturday's loss to the Hobart Knights due to a finger injury. The long-time Gorilla said there was plenty to like about the many rookies joining the club.
"The bloke that took over from me [Ged Watts]- he's athletically head and shoulders above me and he did a fantastic job," he said.
"I love coming in and teacher new fellas about the game; it's a passion of mine to be able to teach others about the game."
Harding's goal for the season, aside from shaking off injury woes, was for his club to repeat as state champions.
"[I'm] Just getting over all the niggling injuries and trying to keep myself healthy and trying to keep my mind in the game," he said.
"When things go bad like they did in Saturday's game, you've just got to brush it off and come back next week.
"I absolutely hope we can make another run at the Tiger Bowl this year ... there's no reason we can't do what we did last year and take it out."