AN incredible milestone awaits Port City Breakers women's league tag player Jazzy Wilbow tomorrow against the Old Bar Beach Pirates.
She will notch up her 100th club game, becoming just the 15th player and the first women player in the club to reach coveted 100 club.
Wilbow started playing at the age of 17 and, at just 23, will achieve one of her main goals during the match at Regional Stadium.
Wilbow has an impressive array of achievements to her name thus far. She was the club's player of the year in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and is also a representative touch football and oztag player.
She has tasted premiership glory, playing in four grand finals with the club and winning three times, in 2009, 2010 and 2012.
To top it off, she has also scored more than 300 points.
It was a rewarding effort for Wilbow, who has been counting down the days for a long time.
"Being the first female to do so in group football is very exciting," she said.
"I've been waiting for it to come for years and I've been counting down the games."
She was a keen rugby league fan at school and when the league tag competition was introduced in 2009, Wilbow was quick to jump at the opportunity.
When I heard about the competition starting I was really interested, being such a big league fan and also an oztag fan," she said.
Among her inspirations are current Simone Smith, club mentor Troy Roach and good friend Katie Kelly.
"Katie has been a mentor to me since I was 16," she said.
"Simone is a great coach and it's really good to have her on board this year while Troy is like the Wayne Bennett of league tag.
"He's so smart in everything that he does and he's such a great mentor."
Her career highlight has, of course, been the premiership wins.
"It's breathtaking to play in and to win a grand final and I'm very privileged to have won a few," she said.
The Breakers are sitting second on the ladder in a tight competition.
"Forster are the team to beat but the dark knights are Taree," Wilbow said.
"They move the ball around a lot and we have them in a couple of weeks so hopefully we can finish the year strong and win another grand final."