He led Ag College to a grand final appearance and now Matt Harris is looking to cap off his seven years with the club with another win over CSU.
The former Aggies captain will play his 100th and final game for the club at Beres Ellwood Oval on Saturday.
He's in rare air at the university club by bringing up the century, however Harris is far from focused on his personal achievements.
Instead he wants to finish off a tough season for the club with a win.
"It's good timing as it always good to play the Reddies," Harris said.
"It's worked out perfectly as I've missed a few this year but I guess I had the timing right.
"It's a good thing to have but I'm more keen to get the win up on Saturday."
Ag College have beaten winless on two occasions so far this season.
They are the only wins they've recorded.
After pushing Waratahs in the second of two straight grand final appearances, there was a real changing of the guard at Ag College after sitting out last season due to the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
However Harris is confident he's leaving the club heading back in the right direction.
"At the end of the day there's been a lot of positives to come out of the season," he said.
"I don't think the win-loss column is the biggest marker of the year as we've discovered a lot of new talent and have built a pretty strong culture in the young blokes.
"I think it will be a pretty positive year for the club."
The 25-year-old rated the two grand final losses as the highlights on the field.
However he expects the bonds created off the field will last a lifetime.
"Going to two grand finals, and the run to those grand finals were pretty different but both great, and besides that it's the mateship and the times we have off the field that stands out as well," Harris said.
"You're pretty close knit with the blokes you play with out there so the memories off the field and the friendships you form are great
"It's probably the highlight."
Ag College come into the clash off a 21-10 loss to Albury on the border.
Harris thought they let an opportunity slip and hopes they've learned from it.
"I think the club is heading in the right direction so it will be good to top it off on Saturday," he said.
"It's been hard at times for the young blokes putting a new team together but they will come good.
"You have to build the foundation.
"A few more wins would have been good and we've definitely had the opportunity to win more matches.
"Hopefully we've learned from that now and it's probably a good lesson to learn."
Meanwhile Waratahs will be looking to sure up second spot when they host Griffith at Conolly Rugby Complex.
Waratahs have lost their last two games across the past five weeks.
Minor premiers Wagga City head to Murrayfield to face Albury, who sit three points behind Griffith but only one ahead of Tumut.