Riverina Lions will remember two of their former teammates and honour one of their finest when they host Queanbeyan on Saturday.
The Lions will hold Scotty and Lloydy Memorial Day at Gumly Oval when they take on Queanbeyan in the top of the table clash.
It will be an emotional day for the club, which has dealt with the tragic loss of two of their teammates in recent years.
It will also be a day of celebration as Lions president and captain Amy Coote finally gets to play her 200th game.
Coote was set to reach the milestone three weeks ago but forfeits from Belconnen and then Tuggeranong delayed the special occasion.
Riverina Lions great Julie McLean said it is a big day for the club.
"It's going to be a special day," McLean said.
"It worked out well that Amy plays her 200th game this week now too because she played quite a lot of footy with both girls."
The Lions held memorial games for the late Stephanie Scott and Sarah Lloyd in the first year after their passings but will now combine it to one memorial game.
They will wear their usual Lions jumpers on Saturday but auction off a specially-designed memorial guernsey later that night. The proceeds will be shared between White Ribbon and the Sarah Lloyd Scholarship Fund.
"For a small club like ours to lose two players like we have is quite devastating and we remember them every day," McLean said.
"We want to show their family and friends that we certainly haven't forgotten them and will always remember them."
For Coote, a member of the inaugural Lions season as a 14-year-old back in 2003, she has achieved just about everything there is to at the Lions.
The 31-year-old is looking forward to entering the Lions 200 club on Saturday.
"It's a great achievement," Coote said.
"Not many players in women's footy are able to achieve that many games."
Coote puts her dedication to the Lions down to her love of the club.
"I definitely love the club," she said.
"The club's been there for me since I was a little girl, I've been involved since the start so I feel as though I should give back."
The Lions have started the AFL Canberra regional women's competition in brilliant fashion and are undefeated after 11 rounds.
Queanbeyan are expected to prove tough opposition on Saturday. They got within eight points of the Lions in round two, then were beaten by 37 points the last time the two teams met.
Coote is confident of enjoying her milestone with another win.
"I'm pretty confident the girls will get this one," she said.
"We live by our motto and that's we don't lose in milestone games."
Coote believes the Lions are on track for another successful season.
"The girls are doing really well. This season's been great so far," she said.
"Travelling three hours to Canberra and pumping most teams by 100 points is not great...but we do what we've got to do to play footy."