Blake Jones is backing Lockhart to go all the way this season after marking his 100th game for the club in style on Saturday.
Jones was chaired off the ground at Walbundrie after helping the Demons to a potentially season-defining win over Henty.
Lockhart know a place in the Hume league finals is now theirs to lose and Jones is thrilled to be part of a team that's going places.
"It's awesome," he said.
"It sets our finals campaign up and it couldn't have worked out any better for me.
"It was super important to win this one.
"I feel like we've clicked and it's come at the perfect time, with a few weeks left, coming into finals.
"That's as well as we've played this season.
"Henty did have a few out with the border closure but in saying that, it's probably our biggest and best win.
"I reckon we've got the potential to go the whole way.
"We just need to click, like we did on Saturday.
"We have had our ups and downs this season; some days we turn up and we come to play and other days, something might happen and we don't turn up.
"We're two different teams but on Saturday we showed we're the better team."
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Jones, a former Lockhart captain, is well respected around the club.
"It's really special," he said on reaching three figures.
"It's a great club and I hope I'll be here for 100 more."
"Blake's a real warrior," Demons coach Mitch Carroll said.
"He wears his heart on his sleeve, he's a real little hard nut and a ripping guy too so it was great to get a win like that for him."
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