Lavington will welcome its third player this season into the century squad in Saturday's home semi-final against Tallangatta.
Nathan Brown will become one of the association's youngest players to rack up 100 first grade games.
The 23-year-old will join brother Ryan (119) and coach Sam O'Connor (113).
"It's pretty special," he said.
"I was always going to stay at 'Lavi' as it's my home, it's great playing for them because of all the blokes there and how the club's run, on and off the ground.
"It's changed so much over the years, just through the coaches we've had.
"They've helped me out a lot, (premiership coach) Robbie Mackinlay has helped me out heaps.
"He told me to mainly play straight and not hit across the line."
Brown, who debuted at provincial level in 2013-14, has played 198 club games since starting in the 2006-07 season.
He's posted 3538 runs, boasting a highest score of 121 against Tallangatta in first grade, and taken 214 wickets, snaring 6-16 against Belvoir last season.
Brown has 531 runs at number three this season, but he considers himself a better bowler, where he's claimed 17 wickets at 22 this summer.
However, the Panthers' pace attack is so strong, the tall right-armer has bowled his allotment of 10 overs only three times.
Lavington has lost only one of its past 31 games over the past two seasons.
Its depth is reflected by the fact former NSW Country rep Brett Davies failed to keep his place with opening batsman Matt Sharp the only change to last week's win over Wodonga.
The Panthers look unstoppable, but Brown says finals are different.
"Anyone can beat you on a good day," he warned.
Lavington is the only team guaranteed to push through to Sunday's preliminary finals.
Elsewhere, North Albury will host Belvoir.
North has won both encounters.
The home outfit ripped through Belvoir for 117 in round eight, cruising to an eight-wicket win from only 35.4 overs.
The Eagles posted a competitive 8-185 a fortnight ago, but North again had too much firepower in a three-wicket win.
And Wodonga will host St Patrick's in the other semi.
The pair split the season's matches, with Wodonga's Jack Craig scoring 94 in the total of 6-242.
The Patties finished on 6-216.
But the home team bounced back in round 16, dismissing Wodonga for 150 before snaring a four-wicket win.
The bottom two losers will bow out so Tallangatta and Belvoir face must win matches.
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