Nathan Muhovics proudly led the Mount Burr United Football Club side onto Mick and Jean Walker Oval against Kalangadoo on Saturday for his 250th senior game.
With younger brother Jack playing alongside him, he was watched on by his many other relatives who can be found dotted around the Mozzies home ground week in and week out, proudly watching on or helping out.
Despite suffering a near career-ending head injury in only his second season of senior football he displayed the courage and determination he has become renowned for to not only return but to go on to become one of his team’s most dominant players.
Wearing his now iconic helmet he has played in six A Grade Premiership wins and a Grand Final loss, won a Walker Medal, a Stan Jones Medal, a club Best and Fairest and been Runner-up on two occasions.
In 2018 he took on the coaching role of the senior colt team guiding them to a home premiership in 2019.
In summer Muhovics has long been one of the best allrounders in the Millicent and District Cricket Association winning several Association Cricketer of The Year awards and earning life membership of the Mount Cricket Club while playing in premierships alongside brothers Jordan and Jack.