It doesn't matter if the Lim brothers are kicking or saving goals, they're just happy to be back on the pitch.
The Warrnambool Wolves trio shook the net 15 times between them last weekend to help their teams to victory in the South West Victorian Football Association juniors.
Gabriel, 12, booted five goals in the first half of an under 12 match against Stawell before playing in goal for the second half.
Joseph, 14, kicked two in the fist half of his side's under 16 clash against Warrnambool Rangers.
He moved into goals for the second half.
Daniel, 16, achieved his highest goal tally with a whopping nine goals in the under 16 match.
He had seven to his name at half-time.
Daniel gave his younger brother plenty of credit for helping him to the milestone.
"The family chemistry is really good," he said.
"Most of the goals I scored on the weekend were passed from Joe."
Joseph also gave Daniel a compliment.
"He's got a better shot than me," he said.
Daniel reckons his brothers and their eight other siblings have been lucky to get sporty genes from their parents.
"We've all been pretty sporty, most of us have played soccer here at Wolves," he said.
"We've got it mainly from Dad and Mum because Dad used to swim and Mum used to play basketball."
The family of 13 lives at a hobby farm at Woodford.
Meanwhile, Joseph said he definitely prefers kicking goals to saving them.
He explained the under 16 Wolves team will take on the Rangers again this weekend as Corangamite Lions has withdrawn from the competition at present.
They will battle at Jones Oval in Warrnambool on Sunday.
Gabriel's under 12 Wolves black team is set to take on Hamilton Raiders this weekend.
The youngster, an attacking midfielder, is learning new positions such as goalkeeper.
He's thrilled to be playing soccer again.
"It's been great, I'd been itching to get back," he said.
"It just great that we're back and I'm really enjoying it."
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