Bungaree legend Amanda Clarke is set to play game 500 for the club when the Demons travel to Newlyn to take on the Cats this weekend.
Bungaree's club Facebook page provided an insight into the amazing career Clarke has enjoyed in the Central Highlands Netball League.
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She has played in 35 different seasons, playing finals in all of them, winning 21 club best and fairests, six league best and fairests and many premierships.
Netball Victoria highlighted Clarke's amazing run of best and fairest awards, where she won 17 open and A Grade best and fairests between 1992 and 2014, as well as a B Grade best and fairest in 2017.
The milestone has been a long time coming, almost a month in fact, owing to Victoria's lockdowns this year.
She was originally meant to reach the milestone in round 13 against Waubra, a round abandoned due to lockdown.
Round 14 was cancelled also and when play returned for round 15, Bungaree was scheduled for a bye.
Round 17 finally provides Clarke the opportunity to reach the milestone.
She has also coached junior sides at the club along the way.
Clarke currently coaches the under 15 team at Bungaree.
Bungaree's Facebook page said the milestone cements Clarke as the netball games record holder at the club, alongside her dad Jimmy O'Keefe, who holds the games record for football.
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