You'd be hard pressed to find someone as invested in Saturday's Warrnambool and District league grand final match as Brian O'Sullivan.
The 86-year-old has six grandsons playing in Kolora-Noorat's senior side against Nirranda.
Joe O'Sullivan, Jason Moloney, Harry O'Sullivan, George O'Sullivan, Ben O'Sullivan and Nick Bourke are all expected to play.
In addition to that Mr O'Sullivan's grandson Sam Moloney will be on the sidelines as assistant coach and his son Paul O'Sullivan is the club president.
Mr O'Sullivan said he was excited the club had made the grand final, saying he had confidence in the young team all year.
"I reckon they had to get into it," he said.
Mr O'Sullivan, who played 250 matches for Glenormiston, loves attending the games.
The retired dairy farmer said he used to juggle his job and his love of footy.
Mr O'Sullivan said he played football from a young age and lined up every week, despite his commitments at home.
"I only missed two milkings," he laughed.
He watches most home games but doesn't travel as much as he used to.
He was a member of a handful of premiership-winning teams during his time at the club.
Mr O'Sullivan is a life member of Kolora-Noorat.
He said he believes the likes of Ben Fraser, coach Ben Walsh, Luke Tebble and Scott Judd will be key contributors for the Power on Saturday.
"A young bloke who is one to watch is Luke Justin," Mr O'Sullivan said.
"He's only young but I reckon he's got potential.
"Young Harry (O'Sullivan) is showing a bit of form as well."
Mr O'Sullivan believes the Power has what it takes to win, but he believes it will be a close game.
"It's going to be a grand final," he said.
Kolora-Noorat will take on Nirranda, who defeated the Power 8.10.58 to 6.9.45 a fortnight ago.
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