Old Collegians' favourite son Jason 'Mo' Moloney says luck has helped take him to a mammoth 300 club games.
The milestone man will play in the reserves against East Warrnambool on Saturday at Davidson Oval.
Moloney said he had been fortunate with injuries throughout his career.
"You've got to be lucky," he said with a smile.
"I haven't had too many long-term injuries."
He said he wasn't sure how many games he had left in him.
"Who knows, I think I'm just clinging on at the moment," he said with a laugh.
"But you just keep playing as long as the club needs you."
The Warriors 2017 reserves premiership is his best memory.
"It would have to the premiership we played in a few years ago," he said.
"I hadn't won a senior flag at that point and we got up in the twos.
"So that's probably the best memory you can take away I think."
Moloney played in the back pocket that day as the Warriors overcame Merrivale to take a 4.8 (32) to 3.7 (25) victory.
Moloney also played in junior premierships with Koroit before switching to Old Collegians.
The Warriors legend, who has played about 20 senior matches and the rest in the reserves, said former coach Jack Kelson was a great mentor.
"Jack was great and he was good to me when we first got to the club," he said.
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