Minyip-Murtoa's two drought-breaking premierships have been crystalised and commemorated in a new book created by club members.
The book features profiles of every Burras' player who featured in the club's groundbreaking 2019 senior football and A Grade netball premierships.
It was the club's first football flag since 1998, and first A Grade premiership since Minyip and Murtoa merged in 1995.
The profiles were written by former club president Luke Baker. Pictures were taken by Riley Keel and the book was designed by Natasha Pietsch.
"The whole thing came about from Facebook profiles Luke was doing to commemorate the year," Burras president Scott Arnold said.
"They were well written and very popular, and someone suggested they should be turned into a book.
"Luke, Tash and Riley put their heads and talents together to produce the book that we are so very proud of.
"We are very grateful for the hard work they put in."
The book will be formally released on the 21st of September, marking one year since the 2019 Wimmera league grand final.
Mr Arnold said it was awesome to have a document capturing a slice of the club's history.
"Premierships are so hard to win, but this year our teams were exceptional, so it was important to mark the occasion," he said.
"This book is a keepsake for the players, but is also a celebration of our hard-working volunteers that do so much behind the scenes to give the players a chance to compete for a premiership.
"With no footy and netty this year, it's great to relive the memories of last year."
The book adds to what has already been a productive 2020 for the Burras, who were crowned as having the best guernsey on country football earlier this month.
"We've been very mindful to keep connected with our members," Mr Arnold said.
"We want to be in as healthy a position as we can so when we do get going, the Burra family is ready."
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