Brown Hill’s Paul White will play his 200th first grade game this weekend.
The Bulls travel to take on Napoleons-Sebastopol in Saturday’s one-dayer which will mark a great achievement for the experienced campaigner. White has played virtually all his cricket at Brown Hill, a couple of seasons at Dunnstown the only other representation.
Starting as an under-12, White has been a stalwart of the club for many years.
And he is still having an impact, guiding the side to its first victory in 18 months with an unbeaten, team-high 42 last week.
“When you’re there for that long, you don’t keep going back unless you enjoy the place,” White said.
“It was nice to get on the board.”
White said the highlight of his time was playing in the 1999-00 premiership as well as captaining the side for a couple of years.
White has played 283 games overall.