Jon Nicoll will add another accolade to his glittering resume on Saturday.
The Wagga City all-rounder will become just the third player to reach the 100-match milestone at the club.
Nicoll, who has represented Australia Country, is the club's leading runscorer, the club's leading wicket-taker and has won the club's best and fairest six times since joining midway through the 2012-13 season.
He's won three premierships with the Cats, being named man of the match in each of them, plus has a Twenty20 premiership to his credit as well.
The five-time Brian Lawrence Medal winner is thrilled to have brought up the milestone.
"I knew at the start of the season if myself and Dean Crane played every game we would have played our 100th together but Dean decided not to play," Nicoll said.
"It would come a bit earlier in the season but after a few heat rules and washouts it has come right at the end and it is a huge buzz.
"I'm only the third player to do it at Wagga City so to join Josh (Thompson) and Maxy (Aaron Maxwell), a couple of club legends, I'm rapt."
His value across the 100 matches can't be underestimated.
Nicoll also holds the record as the most first grade centuries, with eight, and has taken 10 wickets in a match twice and five wickets in an innings 15 times.
However the 32-year rates the first of the Wagga City's premierships as his highlight on the field.
"The first premiership in 2012-13 is probably the number one," Nicoll said.
"I joined the club at the Christmas period and they had lost the last year's but there was a real buzz around at that stage with guys who had been around the club for a long time who hadn't seen much success.
"The first four or five years at the club they copped a hell of a hiding so it's number one and the players who played in that game will always have that special moment where we were the first side able to do it.
"I just remember the impact it had on the guys who had been at the club from the start and it was huge really."
Nicoll coached the club for more than five seasons, but has also enjoyed brother Rob taking over the role two years ago.
The 32-year-old feels it has helped challenge him.
"I still love preparing and training really hard and still enjoy the contest but it is good to have young blokes there who are always in the nets trying to rip your head off," Nicoll said.
"I thoroughly enjoy it and it has been great the last two years having Robert at coach, he's been able to throw different challenges at me and I think it has been a huge bonus as he's been able to keep motivating me and keep questioning me."
It's not just his contribution on the field that sees him hold in such high stead at the Cats, but that off it too.
Especially with his work behind the scenes.
"He's the best cricketer we've had go through our club so to see him make 100 games on the weekend is a special moment," captain Josh Thompson said.
"He's a fantastic clubman, mows the oval twice a week and does stuff behind the scenes that no one sees."
Nicoll comes into the milestone match, up against Kooringal Colts at Harris Park on Saturday, coming off one of his strongest performances of the season.
He made an unbeaten 54 before snaring 5-30 in the comfortable win over Lake Albert, but ever the hard task master Nicoll hasn't been thrilled with his form despite scoring 565 runs at an average of 113 and taking 17 wickets at 20.4 this season.
"It's been ok but I just haven't been able to hit full gear to be honest," Nicoll said.
"It's been one of those years, and I set high standards for myself and have battled a few little niggling injuries.
"My elbow has given me a fair bit of grief and it has been a bit of a grind."