One of Wendouree's veteran players celebrated his 300th game for the club with victory over the weekend.
Tony Davis played alongside son Ari in Wendouree White's third grade success against Napoleons-Sebastopol on Saturday.
Davis didn't bat, but claimed two wickets in the triumph to take his career tally with the Red Caps to 416.
His 300-game journey has included more than 4000 runs (13 half-centuries and three centuries), a highest score of 120 and best figures of 6-13.
Earlier in his career, Davis played 38 games in the club's first grade side, making 301 runs and taking 45 wickets.
Davis, who started at Wendouree in 1991, is a life member and three-time premiership player (twice as captain). He has also been involved with juniors as a coach and mentor.
Wendouree White sits 10th on the Ballarat Cricket Association third grade ladder with four rounds remaining until finals. The top six sides progress to the play-offs.