GROWING up on farms about a kilometre apart, the Koschitzke cousins have been in each other's pockets for most of their lives.
But one thing has so far eluded the trio - playing in a Brock-Burrum premiership together.
Jarod, 34, and his cousins Mitch, 25, and Josh, 18, Koschitzke are hoping that changes when Brock-Burrum take on Osborne in Saturday's grand final at Walbundrie.
"I've played in a premiership with Mitch and Josh before but the three of us have never been in the same side," Jarod said.
"I'll be super proud to play in a grand final and potentially a premiership with those two.
"They have really come of age this year."
Jarod played in Brock-Burrum's 2016 and 2018 premierships, Mitch was a member of the winning 2013 and 2016 sides and Josh broke through last season.
Almost too embarrassed to mention it, Jarod offered another snippet of information about playing with his relatives.
"I actually played with Steve (club president and father of Mitch and Josh) back in 1999," the backman said.
"Steve was still cruising around then playing at full-back.
"We were very, very ordinary back then.
"It was Justin's last year at Brock as well so the three of us had a year together.
"I've almost played more games with Steve than Mitch and Josh to be honest."
Jarod, Mitch and Josh are fourth generation Koschitkes to play at the club.
Their great grandfather, Will, played in Brocklesby's 1924 flag.
Jarod and Mitch and Josh grandfathers' Bill and Maurice then played in Brocklesby's 1950 and 1958 premierships.
Brock-Burrum has defeated Osborne in two of their three head-to-head battles this season, including a 16-point win in the major semi-final.
"We are super confident but we are giving full respect to Osborne," Jarod said.
"They have a great culture and know how to win finals.
"I remember back in 1998, 1999 and 2000 when they used to give us hidings.
"Hopefully we come in a bit fresher and give it a shake."