If milestone man Jesse Lewis bags a goal or two for Dennington against Merrivale, those at the ground will know about it, says Dogs coach Mick Phillips.
The 25-year-old defender will celebrate his 150th game for the club on Saturday after battling through a series of foot injuries that saw him miss the better part of the last two seasons.
But Lewis, yet to regain full match fitness, will return to the side with strict instructions to plant himself in the goal square at full forward.
"He's got some presence to him so if he can throw his weight around I think he'll be able to provide a target and contest," Phillips said.
"And Jesse likes to celebrate, because he hasn't kicked too many over the years.
"The few times he's gone forward and got on the end of one...we've definitely heard about it afterwards."
Phillips said the milestone, which would hand Lewis life membership to the club, was a special moment.
Not only had Lewis persevered through a cruel run of injures, the coach said, but he was also a one-club man with a strong family connection to Dennington.
Lewis' father, Geoff, coached the Dogs to their third WDFNL flag in 1988, before his older brother, Darcy, led them to their next premiership in 2015.
"Jesse's got Dennington at heart in every sense," Phillips said.
"He's an easy bloke to coach, has plenty of leadership qualities and is always the first to club functions and willing to help out."
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