When you were part of a side that won ten straight premierships, you'd be forgiven for finding it hard to pinpoint a particular victory that stands out from the rest.
That is somewhat the case for former Horsham Demons' champion coach and player Stuart Farr who was a player and/or coach for all ten of the Demon's premierships between 2003-2012.
"I don't like comparing, they're all unique, they've all obviously got all different players," Farr said.
That being said in terms of statistics alone the Demons' 2011 premiership stands as an outlier.
It's been almost ten years since the side accounted for Warrack Eagles in the 2011 WFNL grand final, to record their ninth straight premiership victory.
The Demons got up 97-85 in the end at Dimboola, in what would provide the greatest test for them in their entire premiership streak.
The closest any other team came to defeating them in their ten-year reign was in the 2009 grand final when the Demons defeated Warrack by 24 points.
Farr, who was a player and coach for the 2011 side remembers his side being "in control most of the game by the scoreboard".
"To their credit, they didn't go away, we never put them away," he said.
Farr is correct, the Eagles did not stop persisting.
The Demons led by 20-points midway through the fourth quarter, with the Wimmera Mail-Times reporting at the time that the Eagles' "never-say-die attitude saw them get within eight points with three minutes remaining".
However, that was as close as they would get and as close as anyone would get to defeating the Demons in a decider between 2003-2012.
Luke Spasic eventually kicked the sealer for the Demons and they secured a ninth consecutive flag.
Horsham basketball and footballing legend Damien Skurrie won the Binns Medal for best on the ground for the Demons, kicking four goals, while current Demons' player Bradley Hartigan and two-time Sydney Swans best and fairest Jake Lloyd also starred for the Horsham side.
Farr remembers Binns' Medallist Skurrie and the significant impact he had on the side after years away from football.
"He (Skurrie) played in our first three flags and he sort of retired very early and went to shoot the basketball," Farr said.
"He was obviously a very good player for the Hornets and yeah we were lucky enough to get him back in 2011 and 2012 as an assistant coach too, to me.
"He hadn't obviously lost any of his touch, he's always been a standout, no surprise that he dominated."
Current Harrow-Balmoral coach Nick Pekin was also among the Demons' best at Dimboola.
"Damien Skurrie got best on, he robbed me I reckon," Pekin joked.
"Nah Skuzza played a good game that day and that was my first flag with my brother Josh, so that was really nice to achieve as well.
"Warrack, well they had Steve Schulz and Grant Schulz and were a pretty handy side as well.
"They were red hot to beat us because of the side they had, they were certainly up and about for those couple of years that Steve Schulz coached, so yeah it was really nice to win because we had a fair few young guys in that team in 2011.
"You look back, young Jake Lloyd was in it, myself, Beau Nelson, Darcy Taylor John Wood, Dylan Parish who plays down at Warrnambool now, we were pretty young it was good."
Pekin believes his coach was integral to his side overcoming a strong Warrack outfit.
"It was a good game of footy, neck-and-neck and yeah we got lucky to win, we had the power and we were driven to win by Stuey because that's the type of fella he is," Pekin said.
"He likes to get the best out of you and I'm happy to say he's the best coach I've ever played under and I think those 20 of my mates who played that day will say the same thing."
The enormity of the 2011 win was summed up at the time, by then Demons' president Laurie Taylor who was quoted in the Mail-Times as saying it was the most emotional win he'd been involved in.
"Seeing the young players with tears falling down their faces because they have worked so hard for it," Taylor told the Mail-Times.
"We had six grand final debutants, 11 new faces from last year and 18 of the 21 played juniors for the club.
"I was covered in sweat and shivering, my heart rate was 150."
After the game, the good news kept coming with coach Farr announcing that his wife Casey was pregnant with their second child.
Looking back at the result now Farr labelled the club's investment in youth as one of the most pleasing aspects of the victory.
"(We had) some good young ones coming through that are obviously still there today," he said.
"Probably the most pleasing thing was the reserves won.
"That obviously makes it a bit better in training with the whole group which obviously rolls into the celebrations together so that adds a little bit extra to it."
Swans' champion Lloyd who played in four straight Senior premierships for the Demons, was just a fresh-faced 18-year-old at the time and was one of the side's young guns.
"He (Lloyd) is doing exceptional things at the moment but yeah he was a great young kid to coach," Farr said.
"We were lucky to have him on our side."
These days Farr, who is now Kalkee's Senior coach, just about has a different premiership reunion to attend every year.
Last year's 2010 ten-year reunion was cancelled due to COVID-19 so he is optimistic that something can be organised soon to make up for it.
"I haven't heard what's happening this year but hopefully we can celebrate 2010 and 2011 at some stage this year," Farr said.
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