Mick Galvin is the first to admit that cricket is his number one sporting passion.
But it hasn't prevented him packing in plenty in his 99 matches with Jindera.
Galvin, 25, has played in three losing grand finals for the Bulldogs and is set to notch his 100th match at the kennel on Saturday.
The talented cricketer played in a flag with Lavington last season.
"The milestone has been a long time coming but I'm looking forward to the weekend," Galvin said.
"I've been at the club since I was 11.
"I copped a few injuries and my football has probably taken a bit of a back seat behind work and cricket.
"I had a lean run in 2016-17 with a broken wrist and a broken ankle.
"I ended up having a few injections to help get me through the finals series."
Galvin plays predominantly at full-forward or fullback.
"I'm not the fittest bloke going around so I don't like to venture too far from the goalsquare," he joked.
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