Andrew Stevens will lace up for his 350th senior game with St Pats this weekend.
The one club player made his senior debut as a 16-year-old in 2002 and has since gone on to captain and coach his beloved Paddies.
After spending the last 18-years in green and gold, Stevens said it's hard to believe how fast the time has flown.
"Sometimes you wonder where the time went, but most Sunday nights and Mondays it definitely feels like I've been playing for a while," Stevens said.
"But it's quite interesting how quickly 18 years of senior football has gone.
"It's something I'm proud of and hopefully we can get a good result on Sunday.
"It'll be good to just get out there and play."
I've got a lot of life long friends from playing at the one club for that period, so that's probably the most pleasing thing from my point of view.Andrew Stevens
While Stevens admits St Pats haven't had a lot of overall success in his time at the club, the club's favourite son has racked up plenty of milestones.
Stevens took out club best and fairests for his 2005 and 2007 seasons and was awarded the AWFA Golden Boot award in 2015.
The veterans years of experience have also led him to captain AWFA against Melbourne Heart, as well as become a two time representative in the AWFA State of Origin.
In his time with the league Stevens has noticed a number of changes in the competition since running out as a teenager.
"Probably the biggest change through the senior grade that I've noticed is that there's a lot more young people playing these days compared to when I started," Stevens said.
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"When I first debuted I was playing against fully grown men.
"The game has certainly become a lot quicker and more young people are making their debut earlier."
But the biggest thing Stevens has taken away from his 349 games for St Pats is the friendships he's made.
"I've got a lot of life long friends from playing at the one club for that period, so that's probably the most pleasing thing from my point of view," Stevens said.
"A lot of people have influenced and helped me to get to where I am."
St Pats will take on Hostpurs at Alexandra Park on Sunday for Stevens' milestone game.
Hotspurs sit ninth in the AWFA men's competition, while St Pats will be looking for their third win this season.
"I know a few of the guys there and they're a team I have a lot of time for," Stevens said.
"Hopefully we'll get the results, which will make the day even better."