Libby Gillespie will head out to the court for the 250th time on Saturday when the Crows take on Turvey Park.
Despite the game bringing up quite a significant milestone, it isn't weighing too heavily on the mind of Gillespie.
"It's a bit exciting but it also just feels like another game," she said.
"Not going to put too much pressure on it or really think about it."
While there have been many memorable moments across her career, Gillespie said it was a mother-daughter moment which stood out the most.
"The highlight has definitely been to play with my eldest daughter," she said.
"Not only that but there have been some wonderfully talented netballers that have come through the club over the years.
"Certainly seeing kids that we juniors that have grown and come through and are now playing senior netball is really special.
"To still be around and playing with them is probably more of an honour than anything.
"The premierships have been pretty special as well."
It has been a straightforward mantra which has gotten Gillespie to this point in her career.
"I just think that you are a long time stopped so while ever you can still play sport at any level or any kind the benefits outweigh the negatives," she said.
"To be involved with a family-based club is great as well. Our kids have always played for the Crows.
" To see the calibre of players that have come through from juniors through to seniors that has been pretty wonderful to reflect upon.
"Also to be able to play with people like Foxy (Kathryn Bechaz) who is at 400 plus games now has been great as well."
While the season didn't get off to the best start last weekend, Gillespie said the side was still confident in their ability.
"Rach (coach Rachal Broadbent) mentioned if we stick together and work as a team and do the things we work towards at training and give it our best only something good can come of it," she said.
"As a team, we just have to keep focused on the positives, and good things can only come from that."
The Crows A graders fell to a 68-33 defeat at the hands of last year's Riverina League premiers Mangoplah CUE.