A special delivery might put Matthew Wines' 250th Hampden league senior game on hold.
The North Warnambool Eagles footballer and wife Kim are expecting their first child.
The bundle of joy's due date is June 19 - four days after Wines is scheduled to play his milestone match.
Wines will prepare as normal and expects to run out for the top-placed Eagles against fourth-ranked South Warrnambool at Friendly Societies' Park.
"It depends on the timing I suppose," he said.
"If it (the birth) is Saturday arvo, I definitely won't be playing. We'll just wait and see."
Wines, 32, and Kim, 29, have been together since the inside midfielder was 19.
"We're a little bit nervous but excited as well," he said of the impending new addition to their family.
Wines has played for the Bottle Greens at interleague level and was part of the Eagles' first Hampden league senior grand final team in 2016.
The unassuming Wines, who works as an electrician for Bega, played down his latest achievement.
"It is something that comes along, I've been around for a long time now," he said of reaching 250 matches.
"It's not something I've strived for, it's just come along the way.
As for making 300 games?
"We'll see how the body is going," he said.
Wines plays alongside younger brothers - forward Adam, 26, and defender Luke, 24, - in a star-studded Eagles' outfit.
"It took them a little while to get going but now they're some of the better players in the league," he said.
"It is great to play with them every week, not too many people get the chance to do that."
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