AFTER twenty two years of continuous netball Tracey Dark has been recognised for her efforts at the Stawell Football and Netball Club.
Dark played more than 200 senior A grade games over her career, but has taken a back seat this season and is playing in B grade.
Despite having the ability to play at the highest level she opted to let the young ones take control.
Her season this year in B grade has seen her games tally reach more than 300 games.
Dark will enter another finals campaign in the Wimmera Netball League this season as Stawell's B grade have a good chance of winning.
Dark will go in alongside fellow milestone players Kristy Matthews and Sarah Morris.
Matthews has reached 150 club games in a short 10 year career, as has Morris.
Dark and Matthews have spent this season playing together in the defensive goal circle and Morris is often in wing defence.
The three girls will look to win every match over the next month to ensure they are playing off for the grand final in front of their home crowd.
Jade Cross was another long serving Warrior to be recognised for her 250 club games. Of these, 150 have been played at the highest level.