Old Collegians will be hoping to get wins on the field and court to match its celebrations away from match-play.
The Warriors will host their fifth annual Legends Night on Saturday from 7pm with a focus on the number nine.
It features a 50-year reunion for the 1969 senior football premiership.
There will also be an 1989 senior football premiership reunion with 1989 league best and fairest Rob Mifsud to be acknowledged.
Alana McElgunn, the 1999 under 15 netball league best and fairest, is among the list to be honoured.
Meanwhile, there will be a 1999 B grade netball reunion and a 2009 under 18 football reunion.
The Warriors will also take the opportunity to celebrate Glendon 'Cheetah' Walsh's 400th match which he played in the past month.
New club life members will also be introduced.
Jason Moloney, a 290-gamer for Old Collegians, said the club would also launch its new facilities.
"We were lucky enough to get a Warrnambool City Council guarantor loan to build infrastructure at the footy club," he said.
"It has involved a significant outdoor deck in front of our social rooms, an updated netball facility with shelter, a digital scoreboard and a refurbishment inside our social rooms."
Old Collegians host South Rovers on Saturday.
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