Saturday night's fixture against Longford will be one of firsts and milestones for the Bridgenorth Football Club.
Hosting their first game under lights after off-season redevelopments, the Parrots also celebrate the 200th club game of favourite son Logan Wright.
The upgrades, which also included drainage work on the Parrot Park surface, were "in the pipeline for a couple of years" according to club stalwart Bobby Beams, before the 2019 Federal election got things rolling.
"Obviously Bass is a pretty closely-run seat and we chased both major political parties and the coalition government actually announced a $250,000 package, which Scott Morrison himself announced here one night the week of the election," he said.
"Obviously they got up and the West Tamar Council put some money towards it and we put a lot of our own labour in house towards it as well.
"The project started October last year, the drainage will be fantastic because this ground used to get wet pretty well over the years and the lights are magnificent."
Having two senior men's sides take part in last season's NTFA Shield competition, crowd numbers were restricted for all clubs in 2020.
But hosting Saturday's Longford clash and two women's night games in June and July, Beams is hoping the football community will get around his club.
"Being able to have a full crowd [with] three men's sides playing tomorrow night and a night game where most other footy will be finished so anyone can come and watch, it will be a great day for the club."
It will also be a great day for 29-year-old Wright, who has played at Bridgenorth since he was eight years old.
Apart from spending three seasons with close mate Gary Shipton at Bracknell from 2016 to 2018, where he played in consecutive grand-final defeats after losing the year prior, Bridgenorth has been the defender's second home.
"It's a pretty big thing, it's a pretty big accomplishment and obviously for the club to have someone with 200 games, there's probably not many of them left really," Wright said.
"I think we are shaping up alright [this season].
"We are going to be pretty young, which is always a good thing, and they'll obviously build and get better and stronger as they get older and we gel throughout."
Listing his 2011 premiership win as well as his underage best-and-fairest the year prior as career highlights, the McCabe Building carpenter named Joel Clements, Josh Murfet and Nick Milbourne as the best players he's shared a changeroom with.
Heading into his milestone contest, Wright also understands how big of an occasion the night game is for the club.
"It's a big thing for the club and everyone involved in it as well," he said.
"You see the other clubs have their night games and draw a big crowd, so hopefully we can get a nice crowd here tomorrow night."
The historic match gets underway at 6pm.