Kalkee's Kerryn Adams brought up a special milestone last Saturday against Harrow-Balmoral.
Adams was surprised before her match with the news she was playing her 350th senior game for the club.
Adams said it was a bit of a shock.
"I knew it would be coming up," she said. "But I wasn't sure if it was this year or next year - and whether I got there or not would be another story.
"It was a bit of a surprise for sure, but it was really good."
Adams, 44, started at Kalkee decades ago, and has shown a steadfast loyalty to her home club.
"When I started playing, there was only one junior grade, I think it was the under-16s," she said.
"So I guess I started playing seniors once I was too old for that. Almost 30 years ago."
Adams said she never considered playing anywhere else.
"I've spent my whole career there," she said. "I had about six years off at one stage but I was never tempted to leave somewhere else.
"I grew up out at Kalkee so I've always just been involved out there."
Across her career, Adams said the two standout highlights was tasting success alongside her sisters Casey and Simone.
"I've played in winning grand finals with each of them, which would have to be the highlight of my career," she said.
"Casey I played with in 2002 in C Grade, Simone was 2010 in C Grade I think.
"They were both by only one goal too, so they were exciting games. Good ones to win."
While she might not play at the standard she once did, Adams said she still gets a real kick out of the sport.
"I am still enjoying it. Obviously the older I get the lower grade I play in, but that's fine, that's just the way it goes I guess," she said.
"I just really enjoy the social side of netball more than anything.
"I'm playing in C Reserve this year - we're currently undefeated this season so that's a bit of a bonus."
In round 13 of the Horsham District netball league this weekend, it is the A Grade contest between Swifts and Noradjuha-Quantong that holds the most significance.
The two will likely be battling for the last finals spot come the end of the season, and are currently locked on 24 points apiece on the ladder. The winner will claim sixth spot this weekend and give themselves a modicum of breathing space.
Meanwhile Taylors Lake will try to follow-up their drought-breaking victory with a strong showing against Edenhope-Apsley. Rupanyup host Kalkee, Laharum take on Pimpinio and Natimuk United travel north to face Jeparit-Rainbow.