Jenni Mutch has been a dedicated helper at Harrow-Balmoral for more than a decade.
The type of person to do things behind the scenes and avoid the recognition, Mutch said she was happy to help out in several different ways.
Following in the footsteps of her parents, Mutch has simply always been the type of person to give back.
"It's a part of my nature," she said. "Whatever I've been involved in, I've always tried to help out.
"I grew up in Murtoa, and my Mum was a trainer at the Murtoa football club, so it's just part of my upbringing.
"Doing something for a club - it becomes like a little family."
Mutch's list of duties include providing lollies for the reserves footballers, updating the scoreboard, making a delicious desert for after training and perhaps most notably, driving the team bus.
A school bus driver by trade, Mutch said footballers could be far more difficult to manage than students.
"Nobody ever wants to drive on grand final day - so I put my hand up last year," she said.
"It can get a bit messy. Trying to get 40 blokes back onto the bus was like herding cats.
"But I used to go on the bus to some of the events and I always really appreciated it, so I thought I'll return the favour.
"It makes it a nice social event. The players can sit and chat away. It's a bit more fun than everyone going by themselves."
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Harrow-Balmoral president Rosemary Langley said Mutch was always one to provide an extra helping-hand.
"She goes over and above," Langley said. "A great one to help out in the background and do so many jobs."
Mutch said she was one of many.
"Everyone does their little bit - it makes for a very happy club," she said.