All but one of the men that carried Brown Hill to its first Ballarat Cricket Association A-grade premiership will meet this Saturday night to reflect on the success.
It's 50 years since the club beat Victoria in the 1968-69 grand final at the Eastern Oval and the living members of the side will reunite at the City Oval Hotel.
Club greats Trevor McCann and Ray Sullivan have been busy organising the gathering.
Held across three consecutive Saturdays in March of 1969, Brown Hill crushed Victoria in the grand final with a devastating batting display in its second innings.
The record score of 505 came thanks to centuries from Frank Pierce, Neil Kilpatrick and John Molesworth.
Brown Hill batted first and made 178 before dismissing Victoria for just 76. Then came the huge second innings performance with the willow.
- watch the video of McCann and Sullivan online at thecourier.com.au