Maitand Mustangs favourite Josh Clifford suits up for his 200th game with the club in Saturday's home game against Sutherland on Saturday night.
Clifford played his first game for the Mustangs in 2004 and joined the squad as a full-time member in 2005.
He first donned Mustangs colours as a nine-year-old and played continuously for the Mustangs throughout juniors.
Two long breaks from basketball because of injury and overseas travel have delayed Clifford reaching the 200-game milestone in the Waratah Champions League.
Sitting fifth on the table, the Mustangs have a nine win, five loss, record so far this season, but are coming off the back of two losses before the Queen's Birthday long weekend.
Sutherland are third, with one more win than Maitland.
At their last meeting in round two, the Sharks had a one-point 69-68 win at home.
It's a crucial game for both teams with the Mustangs needing a win to maintain a break on the chasing Hills Hornets and Norths Bears for a spot in the top-six and play-off action.
In the earlier games, the Mustangs championship women with three wins for the season take on the third-placed Sharks, from 5pm.
The Mustangs division one youth men and women also have match-ups against the Sharks.