No sporting club runs without the help of its volunteers and the Guyra Super Spuds' hardest worker, on and off-the-field was celebrated on Saturday.
President and league tag captain Brittany Youman is the highest capped player in the Group 19 competition with 131 games under her belt but it is the work she does behind the scenes which saw her teammates pull together a special presentation after their match against Armidale.
There isn't a job the 25-year-old doesn't put her hand up to do for her beloved Super Spuds.
Whether it is setup, clean up, match day administration, strapping the players, first aid officer and organisation as well as directing a young and inexperienced Spudettes league tag team around the park.
Before Mick Shiner signed up to coach the side, Youman even put her hand up to fill that void.
It's a club she bleeds for with generations of Youmans all donning the sky blue.
It was only fitting on Old Boys' Day Youman was presented with a commemorative mug to mark her contributions on and off-the-field.
"I feel so privileged and proud to play for such an awesome club," she said.
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