A name synonomous with Border cricket is making its mark with Dederang.
Steve Williamson is in his second season of coaching the club, while son Bailey is opening the batting.
He also proved an outstanding servant off the field, filling the secretary-treasurer role for more than a decade and was named in Cricket Albury-Wodonga's Hall of Fame in 2016.
Steve played more than 220 games with Wodonga and was a seven-time leading wicket-taker, while brothers Russell and Tim also claimed that title.
Steve and Bailey played leading roles in last week's win over Bethanga.
Bailey struck 27, while Steve was the match-winner, smacking 15 not out from only seven deliveries.
"I love it, it was good to see him hit the winning runs," Bailey offered when quizzed on playing in the same team.
And 56-year-old Steve agrees.
"Bailey's followed me around since he could walk pretty much, he works hard on his batting and bowling, I'm very proud every time we step out on the field together," he added.
Bailey's followed me around since he could walk pretty much ... I'm very proud every time we step out on the field together.- Steve Williamson
But that doesn't mean the competitive family members agree on everything.
"If I'm bowling short, he gets into me, but he's not too bad," Bailey suggested.
The Demons are away to their fiercest rivals Mount Beauty on Saturday with the areas combining in football.
"It's massive, you can feel the tension," Bailey revealed.
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