The Turland family knows Saturday’s match between Warrnambool and South Warrnambool will be one it will never forget.
The four brothers – Jed, Jye, Beau and Noah will all play seniors for the Blues.
It will be an extra special day for Noah, the youngest brother, who makes his senior debut at just 16.
And it will be a short trip to Reid Oval for the family that lives just across the road, but one made with plenty of excitement.
Jye, the eldest, said he looked forward to playing along side his three siblings.
"It's a good feeling and something that has been in back of our minds and that we hoped would happen at some point," he said.
"Once the game starts we are all pretty fiercely competitive, as you could imagine having four brothers, and will be focused.
"But once the game is over we will probably have a few beers together.
“And it’s something we will look back on for the rest of our lives."
Coach Matt O’Brien emphasized how special the occasion was.
"It’s quite remarkable, it doesn't happen very often," he said.
"Not many people have got four boys to start with, let alone have them all run out in the seniors together.
"All of the boys are pretty driven and disciplined who want to do the best for the team, so I don't think they will get distracted by the event.
“But it’s definitely something they will look back on in time and realise that they achieved something quite unique."
It is also a memorable moment for the Turland’s mother Karen and father Jeff.
"It will be very enjoyable, but I’ll probably be nervous," Karen said.
"I will keep quiet in the car away from everyone.
"They always had a ball in their hand or running around, so they are all good friends and mates growing up.”
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