Todd Ingram and Dean Gartside have celebrated their 100th senior games across two separate codes over the weekend.
Ingram ran out his milestone match for the Bega Roosters under lights on Saturday night at Bega where the hosts comfortably carded the result 34-4 over the Snowy River Bears.
Earlier that afternoon, Gartside lined up in the defensive end for the Tathra Sea Eagles Aussie Rules Club against the Pambula Panthers where the contest was much closer, but the Eagles scraped through a 10-point lead 12-6-78 to 10-8-68.
At the Pambula Sporting Complex the Eagles had fired to a good early lead before a couple of swift reply goals to the Panthers brought the scores back in line at the finish to the first quarter.
Gartside was tasked with shutting down Pambula's attacking full forwards and earned his mention as one of the best on ground for Tathra following the second quarter where the hosts were only able to kick one solitary behind.
Meanwhile, the Eagles had found some forward options bag two majors and set up a lead before the main break, then going on to kick a five-goal haul in the third quarter with Troy O'Loghlin and Jack Hukins - with three apiece - leading the charge.
After trailing by four goals at the third, the Panthers battled hard to find the four goals in the final quarter, but a further two goals to Tathra helped retain enough buffer for the result on the day - putting the Sea Eagles clear to the top of the ladder.
The Tathra women's side had a resounding win over the Eden Whalers 14-9-93 to 2-2-14.
In Bega, the win over the Bears gives the Roosters something to brag about as they now become one of just two teams securing three from three after the Cooma Stallions ended Merimbula-Pambula's winning run over the weekend.
Bega's record remains untarnished after finding good early points on against the Bears on Saturday with 100-game-man Ingram running some strong hit ups through the guts.
Hank Kennedy got the ball rolling for the Roosters after a smooth scoot out of dummy half following some right edge pressure by the Roosters early.
Momentum built from there as the Roosters found a number of first half tries to build a commanding margin ahead of the drinks break.
The Bears found some room to move, but Bega's line speed out of defence was commendable and the Roosters turned away all but one attacking option from their visitors on the night.
Earlier, Bega's under 18s had posted a close result with a 26-18 win over the Bears after battling for a two point advantage back and forth in the first half.
The Bega Chicks had their first outing of the season and posted a strong first-up win 56-0 over the Bears who are on debut in league-tag this season.