A piece of history will be made at Robertson Oval on Saturday when Josh Larwood runs out for his 200th game for Wagga Tigers.
Larwood will follow in the footsteps of his late father David and become the first father and son combination to both play 200 games for Tigers.
It is something that means a lot to Tigers and Larwood is looking forward to the occasion.
"It's very special," Larwood said.
"It's something, I guess, that shows we both love the club.
"For him to get to 200 games and now me as well, it's very special."
Larwood, 26, started with Wagga Tigers in under 10s and has now gone on to play 200 games with the senior club.
During that time he has won under 17s and 18s premierships, as well as three reserve grade flags.
He said it is that success but more importantly the people that he has experienced it with that make Tigers the club a special one for him.
"I love it, it's a great club," he said.
"It is full of great people and I've made a lot of friends and memories along the way."
Larwood said the milestone snuck up on him.
"It's come up pretty quick. I didn't really realise I had been playing for so long," he said.
"Looking over the 200 games, I've been lucky to have played with some club legends. I've made a lot of friendships over the years and have a lot of great memories. We've had a lot of fun on and off the field."