There's little doubt that few players if any have produced 200 matches of the same quality as Cameron McNeill in the Tallangatta league over the past decade.
Winning four Barton medals is testament to that.
McNeill has also won three best and fairest's at Barnawartha alongside one at Rand-Walbundrie.
But those who are in the inner sanctum at Tigerland would be the first to tell you that individual accolades mean little to McNeill.
McNeill said it was a proud moment to notch the 200 match milestone with his junior club.
"It means a lot to me," McNeill said.
"It's not something you aim for but I'm proud of the achievement.
"I just love playing and being a part of Barnawartha and I suppose if you stick around long enough, these sorts of milestones happen.
"Barnawartha has been a huge part of my life and I have loved every second of playing there.
"That's why I continue to play there."
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McNeill has notched more than 250 matches after also having stints at Rand-Walbundrie and Lavington.
The 30-year-old said the Tigers' 2013 flag under Mark Sarau was easily the highlight of his career.
"The premiership is obviously on a pedestal and hard to beat," he said.
Despite being almost six years ago, there is still plenty of premiership stars that form part of the second-placed Tigers premiership assault this season.
Coach Peter Cook, McNeill, Josh Spence, Danny DeMarte, Tom Anson, Matt McLinden, Jordan Palmer and Matt and Kyle McNamara are all premiership players.
McNeill rated Spence narrowly ahead of Anson as his most talented teammates of the past decade.
Thurgoona's Jayden Kotzur got the nod as the best opposition player.
Despite being among the top echelon of players in the Tallangatta league, McNeill said the commitment of O and M never really appealed to him.
"I've always believed in playing footy where you like it the most," he said.
"Then you will get the best out of yourself."
Barnawartha sit second on the ladder and look assured of the double chance.
"We have laid the foundations to have a real crack at the flag," he said.
"We feel as though we are still building and have had 37 blokes play seniors this year, so we definitely have depth.
"Thurgoona are undefeated but are by no means unbeatable.
McNeill said he planned to extend his career for as long as possible.
But was he eagerly anticipating two things most before he retired.
"I'm trying to recruit John Budge from Chiltern to be our trainer," he said.
"And I'm looking forward to Danny DeMarte's 50th."
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