It's not just a milestone match for Jon Nicoll, but Wagga City and Kooringal Colts have a piece of silverware to play for as well.
The two will clash for the Plasterworks Cup at Harris Park on Saturday.
Wagga City captain Josh Thompson is looking to use the match as a chance to build more momentum ahead of their finals campaign.
"This weekend is very important as we are just starting to play some pretty good cricket," Thompson said.
"I think our best cricket is in front of us, we've had a very wavy season this year through the fact we are trying to blood some kids and give them some game time in situations that probably aren't suited for them but it is all a learning experience."
Wagga City are currently in third but can move past St Michaels and secure a second chance in the finals series with a victory if Saints lose the top-of-the-table clash with South Wagga.
While Colts are mathematically a chance of sneaking into fourth place, with an outright victory and other results going their way required, captain Keenan Hanigan is just looking to put in a positive performance.
"It's been disappointing this year and the start of the season cost us to put us in the position we are now and while it is not impossible to make finals it is very, very hard," Hanigan said.
"We are just going to go in and look to finish the season on a high."
Colts have made one change with Luke Richardson back in the side for Neville Jolliffe.
After being bowled out for 148 by St Michaels, after beating them in the previous match, Hanigan is looking for a better batting performance.
"Getting 150 doesn't help and we need someone to go on get a 70 or 80 and people can bat around it.
"It has been the story of the year so far and we haven't been able to do it but there is still one more game to go."