Pimpinio's Maree Thompson reached another spectacular milestone at the weekend, playing her 350th senior netball match in the Horsham District netball league.
Thompson's 350th comes five years after her 300th, with three years of retirement sandwiched in between the two massive milestones.
Thompson said her 350th was a much quieter affair.
"I was hoping this one would go by without much fanfare actually," she said.
"I guess I was excited. I mean, it's a lot of games.
"I was a bit nervous. I knew there were going to be a lot of people watching, and that was pretty exciting.
"We had a really large following of footballers and netballers come across for it, which was great to see."
Thompson has stepped-up into B Grade this season, playing alongside her eldest daughter Tahlia.
Thompson said the chance to play alongside Tahlia was the main reason she came out of retirement.
The mother-daughter duo reached a special achievement last season, winning the C Reserve premiership side-by-side.
While Tahlia continues to improve and rise through Pimpinio's ranks, Maree said she was happy to take a step back in the seasons to come.
"B Grade is above my ability, and I'm quite aware of that," she said. "I'm happy to keep playing, but maybe I'll drop down a grade or two.
"My other daughters, Ella and Paige, are in their first year in 13-and-under. So hopefully if I can hold out, I can have a game with them one day too.
"Then I can truly retire."
Thompson said she wasn't concerned with holding out for 400.
"I'm not aiming for it. If it comes along, it comes along. I certainly wouldn't be upset if I don't make it," she said.
"I just play and enjoy it while I can ... but I get just as much enjoyment out of watching my kids play as I do from playing nowadays anyway."
Thompson's milestone came just in time, with Pimpino having a bye in the final round of the Horsham District netball league.
In other A Grade contests, Kalkee host Natimuk United in an interesting test for both sides on the eve of finals.
Last time the two sides faced in round seven, Kalkee matched it with the reigning premiers and held a three goal lead heading into the final quarter.
The Ewes eventually prevailed, but the Kees will likely take some confidence into Saturday's contest.
Edenhope-Apsley will also test themselves against a top side when they host Laharum. Harrow-Balmoral face Jeparit-Rainbow, Rupanyup host Swifts and Noradjuha-Quantong will travel to take on Taylors Lake.
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