If you wear footy shorts with Skins at Allansford's footy training, you might just end up with a $2 fine.
If you make your debut for the Cats that's five dollars straight away.
Who makes the rules and where does all the money go?
Meet the "Fines master".
Wingman Allan Noone has returned to the Cattery with a bang.
Not only did he boot a goal last week, he's making sure his teammates pay up for a variety misdemeanors.
"We just thought as a playing group we'd keep everyone accountable and have a bit of fun and raise a bit of money for mad Monday," he said.
"The more fun you have, the more money you raise for the boys.
"We've got a fines bucket, it'll be around and you just put your money in that."
But after appearing in a video with The Standard, the 27-year-old believes he's in for a $100 fine.
He said being the "Fines master" made his fine bigger.
"I thought I was immune to fines but I'm not, I can guarantee you that now," he said with a laugh.
Allansford coach Ben Price said there were even plans to extend the fines system and have a fun "spinning wheel" of tasks to get players more involved in the club.
"It could be something like run water for the under 12s for a month," he said.
"Fines master" Noone has just returned to Allansford for the first time since 2015 and will line-up in the senior side when the Cats take on East Warrnambool on Saturday.
He played in the Cat's 2015 reserves premiership when they beat Dennington.
He has since played one season with Caramut and two for Woorndoo-Mortlake in the Mininera and District Football League.
"I just thought I'd come back and play district league before the game went by me," he said.
"Which I think it's starting to anyway," he added with a laugh.
Noone said he was drawn back to the club due to the prospect of playing with mates including assistant coach Nicholas Johnstone.
He said it was good to hit the scoreboard last week against Timboon Demons.
"It was a funny old day, I think I kicked one goal, three (behinds)," he said.
"I probably should have kicked five for the day but that's footy."
"It was good to get a goal and good to get a win.
"Hopefully we back it up this week and then have a break over Easter."
Allansford has a couple of changes for Saturday with Joby Baker and Beau Dignan coming for Reuben Gleeson and Brett Membrey.
Joby, who has returned from Dennington, will join his younger brother Bronte in the senior side.
Membrey will miss with a hamstring complaint.
"Brett was injured in the first five minutes of Saturday's game," Price said.
"He's got tightness in his hamstring.
"It's not a bad one."
Price said he expected East Warrnambool to come out with a bang.
"East will come out full noise straight away," he said.
"They'll be pumped up, they've got a few new recruits.
"We're just going to have to curb their enthusiasm early and keep grinding away.
"It'll take a four quarter effort."
Last week the Cats enjoyed a convincing win over Timboon Demons.
But they only converted 13 goals from 30 scoring shots.
Price said his team had done some goal-kicking drills at training this week.
"We look at our inside 30 entries, that's our hot zone," he said.
"Anything outside of there in this competition - they're not guaranteed goals.
"We're getting the footy inside 30.
"It's just now converting those."
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