Every premiership that the Coota Blues have won, including netball, was represented at Saturday night's 60th anniversary dinner.
In an unprecedented show of support, players from all 11 premierships, from 1973 through to 2014, had joined in the weekend of celebrations.
The Blues' first flag was 46 years ago.
Eight players represented the 1973 win; the Blues went back-to-back for the only time in the club's history, with six players attending.
The Blues' third premiership was in 1977, and again this team was well represented with eight players.
The Blues won their fourth flag in 1980.
Seven of these players turned up to relive the glory days.
After three consecutive grand final losses in 1986, 1987 and 1988, the Blues won their fifth first-grade flag in 1989.
This team, coached by Don Oliver, had five players in attendance.
In 1992, which was the club's last first-grade flag in the Farrer League, the Blues defeated RAAF by 37 points.
Six players were present on the weekend.
The Blues have also won four reserve grade flags.
Their first was in 1985, coached by Wayne De Britt.
Seven players from this side attended.
Six members of the 1988 premiership side attended.
Five members of the 1994 side led by Greg Bennett, while three players from the last title in the Farrer League (1997) enjoyed the night out with former teammates.
As one would expect, the Blues' most recent premiership - AFL Canberra in 2014 - was well represented.
With all of them still playing football, seven players were in attendance.
The Blues' netball side, known as the Bluebirds, were a part of the Coota Blues from 1995 to 2003.
They won the A Grade title in 2001; they had two representatives in attendance on the weekend.
While enjoying the long weekend off, the Blues women will travel to Kingston Oval to take on the Tuggeranong Hawks.
The Blues beat the Hawks by eights points at Murrumbateman in round 2.
The Blues are fifth on the ladder, while Tuggeranong is sixth.
Just three per cent out of the top four, the Blues need to win this one to stay in touch.
The match, at Kingston Oval, starts at 10am.