More than 40 valued contributors to South Wagga Cricket Club were inaugural inductees to the Blues' Hall of Fame.
More than 140 people turned out to The Rules Club on Saturday night to celebrate South Wagga's centenary.
The highlight of the night was the launch of the club's Hall of Fame, that saw 42 of South Wagga's greatest contributors recognised.
To top that off, club stalwart Max Knight was given legend status.
South Wagga president Joel Robinson believes the Hall of Fame is the perfect way to recognise those that make significant contributions to the club.
"We thought it was too hard to do a Team of the Century but wanted to recognise people," Robinson said.
"We see ourselves, regardless of what grade you play, you're all the same value in the club so it was really good to recognise people that have contributed to all grades through the years.
"It was more about recognising people for all of their service to the club. There were a lot of one-club players in there, or that have played a long time."
Robinson said was an easy decision to make Knight a legend.
"I don't know the exact years but it's something like 55 years plus that he's been involved at the club," he said.
"No one else comes close to that.
"Still to this day, I could count on one hand the amount of games he's missed in the last 10 years."
A number of club greats made it back for the celebration.
Robinson said the occasion exceeded all expectations.
"It was as good a night as we could have had," he said.
"It was really good to catch up with all the old players. We had a good mix of juniors, current players and older players and it was really good for the young guys and current players to see the history of the club. I think that's really good moving forward for the future of the club."
Robinson was also given special recognition for his service to the club by being awarded life membership on Saturday night.
"You only do stuff in the club because you want to help out where you can so to be recognised for that is a massive honour," he said.
"I think there is only 13 life members, so to be in that for me now, with both my parents being life members as well is really good."
Hall of Fame inductees
Albert Jones, Bruce Mathew, Barry Walker, Selwin Hedditch, Bill Inglis, Stan Sly, Loyal Matheson, Roger Donohue, Brian Partridge, Graham Bruce, Keith Davis, Jim Patton, Scott Lovell, Anthony Baker, Peter King, Grant Yeo, Craig Orr, Ray Willis, Col McIntyre, Dave Gilbert, Damian Armstrong, Michael Lyons, Tony Manning, Ron Anschuetz, Gary Whittacker, Trevor Leahy, Eric Board, Gerard Timothy, Peter Timothy, Kris St John, Scott Harper, Steve Kirkaldy, Brian Robinson, Tom Goss, Tony Stewart, Terry Willis, Wayne Mutton, Danny Smith, Damien Cheney, Jeremy Rowe, Joel Robinson. Legend: Max Knight.