Kaye Sweeney is woven into the fabric of Tamworth netball - the CV detailing her involvement in the sport long like the legs of Diamonds star Caitlin Bassett.
At the summit of the CV are her roles at the 2015 Netball World Cup in Sydney and the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games - the positions grand acknowledgement for a grand dame of netball; someone who decided many years ago that she would give back to a sport that gave her so much as a player while growing up in Tamworth.
"If you talk to any really committed netballer, it's not a game: it's a passion," Sweeney said.
The 60-year-old mother of three adult sons is someone who sticks: married to David for 32 years, employed as a legal secretary for fortysomething years, involved in netball for 52 years years, Bon Jovi tragic for 34 years.
A netballer since age eight, Sweeney went on to represent Tamworth's open side at the state championships for eight years (1979-87).
But it is off the court, as a coach, manager and administrator, that she has left her biggest mark on the sport. She has coached or managed sides from 11 years to division one, and is managing the 13-years Tamworth rep team this year.
As an administrator, she served as Tamworth Netball Association secretary from 1979-81, while her myriad other TNA administrative roles have included registrar, publicity officer, team coordinator and selector.
"Way back, when I was younger, I was always interested in the admin side of it [netball] as well," she said.
"When I was playing, and playing rep netball for Tamworth, I wanted to give something back ... it was just to give something back to the sport that I love."
Sweeney described her World Cup and Commonwealth Games experiences as "absolutely amazing".
At the World Cup she served as a training-venue supervisor, working with two assistants. She was an information team member for netball at the Commonwealth Games.
She created her netball CV upon applying to work at the World Cup.
"They said, 'Well, what do you do'? And I thought, 'OK, this is the easiest way'. So I sat down and figured it out. And it's had a few versions over the years."
Sweeney does not regard working at the prestigious events as recognition and reward for her devotion to the sport: it was "more an opportunity that netball created that I was able to take advantage of".
She struck up friendships at the events that have lasted until this day. "I met some people at the World Cup that I caught up with again at the Commonwealth Games. It was amazing."