Don't take it for granted.
That's what second-year Kolora-Noorat A grade coach Carolyn Carlin is telling her players.
"I'm telling my own kids as well," she said.
"When you get out on the netball court and football field, just enjoy what you're doing."
Carlin is looking forward to this Warrnambool and District league season.
She has yet to coach her first A grade match with last season cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"It'll be great for the club to come back together and everyone has missed that family atmosphere," she said.
The top-grade coach said the 17 and under netballers had been joining in with the seniors.
They've been back on court since February 1.
"Everyone is keen and happy to be back and reconnecting again," she said.
Carlin said the club wouldn't select its teams until closer to the season.
She added she had a couple of new faces at training and a host of junior players pushing for senior selection.
"We've had great numbers across the three grades and we couldn't ask for anything more than that," she said.
The Power, training on Mondays and Wednesdays, doesn't have any practice matches lined up at this stage.
It finished ninth in 2019 and plays Allansford in round one at Allansford.
Kolora-Noorat's first home game is against Merrivale in round two.