Playing 100 games for a club is a special milestone and for Narrabri's James, Daniel and Sam Kahl it is an honour they now all share.
Against Inverell on Saturday, Sam became the latest Blue Boar to inscribe their name on the 100-game honour board.
In doing so he joined his father (and current club president) James (154) and brother Daniel (107*) in the annals of the club's history.
They are the third father and son centurions for the club following Jack (231) and Luke Findley (155*), and Peter (147) and Matt McDonnell (136*).
Daniel reached 100 games last year against Pirates.
Despite being the younger of the two, the general consensus is Sam, who like his elder brother is a second rower, probably would have beaten him to it if not for injuries. After playing under-18s in 2007 he burst onto the first grade scene fresh out of school in 2010.
He went on to play NSW Country Colts in 2011 but battled injury for a few seasons between 2013 and 2016, and was unable to really play any consistent football.
"I've had a good run of torn AC's," he said.
"The doctor has got to the point where he's said it's no use doing anything until you've stopped playing."
That is hopefully a few seasons away yet. The 27-year old has given himself "a few more years" wanting to enjoy it for as long as he can.
And he would like to win a premiership.
"I'm yet to win a first grade premiership. I was involved in a reserve grade one but I was injured most of the season," he said.
"I'd like to have one I can 100 per cent claim."
The club has been going through a bit of a rebuilding phase over the last couple of seasons with some of the stalwarts like [Luke] Findley stepping back but Sam is liking what he is seeing and said they are only getting better as a team.
James said it is "pretty special" to have two of his sons also notch 100 games.
"Narrabri have got a bit of a history of longevity of players (over 90 have pulled on the jersey on 100 or more occasions). It's still a pretty neat thing to do," he said.
Daniel expressed similar sentiments.
"Sam and I have got to play a lot of footy together, especially the last three or so seasons, which is always fun to play alongside each other," he said.
"To bring up 100 games each after dad did is a special milestone and I guess shows what the rugby club means to us."
James joked that the boys have "got a bit of work to do" to catch him but he isn't ruling it out.
"I reckon they'll go out on crutches to beat me," he said.
He played for the Blue Boars for 11 seasons between 1972 and 1983, and in what was a bit of a golden era for the club.
"In 10 years of first grade I played in seven grand finals and won five of them," he recalled.
Unfortunately injury forced him to hang up the boots earlier than he had planned. Not wanting to completely step away from it he moved into reffing.
He reffed initially for 11 seasons giving it away when the boys were growing up, but took it up again when they got a bit older.
He still blows the whistle today, and is probably up to about 300 games.
His rugby journey was very different to Daniel and Sam, who both started as juniors when they were six or seven.
It wasn't until he went to uni that he was introduced to the game with Narrabri High not playing rugby at the time.
"I played for Robb College. In my second year after high school the Narrabri coach identified me and came and sought me out," James said.
The then-coach Jim Prendergast told him he was coming to training and playing for the Blue Boars. And the rest as they say is history.
"He took me under his wing and taught me all he knew and I had a ball," he said.
Both backrowers, he recalled how Prendergast once told him: "I don't want you giving away too many penalties". He said he'd accept two or three from him but if he didn't give one away he wasn't working hard enough.