If you haven't already heard, the Mudgee Dragons are offering up perhaps their biggest day of the year for the club.
Not only will it be their Old Boys day, but also a day to remember former player, coach, committee member and supporter Robbie Gillham, a celebration for Jared Robinson who clocks his 200th game, a 10 year reunion for those who were around for the 2009 grand final victory against the Lithgow Workies, and the day that could potentially result in all grades progressing to the finals.
Before the start of the rugby league season, first time club president Sebastian Flack set a goal to have all grades in the finals, and says to be so close, makes him 'very proud'.
"To be one win in league tag away from having all grades in the finals I must say makes me very proud," Flack said.
"It's always good to hit target and is a good measure of the improvement we have made from last year.
We have worked very hard as an entire club. While the results are good, I'm more impressed with the improvement in effort we put in week in, week out.Mudgee Dragons president, Sebastian Flack
"Jack Littlejohn's expertise, attitude and competitiveness has rubbed off on everyone in all grades and has done a fantastic job in his first year as a coach."
Flack isn't alone in hoping for the finals dream, but so is premiership winning captain and past president Robinson who is said to want 'nothing more'.
"We are grateful for everything he [Robinson] has contributed to the club we will be thanking him this weekend," Flack said.
"If you have played that many games for us we obviously value you and you value us. In Robbo's particular story, he lives and breathes not only football but the Mudgee Dragons, he has contributed massively to where the club is today. I'm glad he has stayed injury free so he gets to clock over 200, he is extremely committed and it's a great reward.
There is nothing more he wants than a top three finish in premier division and all grades to make the finals which is a real possibility if league tag are victorious against sixth placed Lithgow.
As for remembering Robbie Gillham, the premier division will be wearing commemorative jerseys on game day which will be presented to Gillham's family and friends at the end of the match.
"He had a massive contribution to the tight-knit mates culture that we still have in the club today," Flack added.
Flack says there is heavy importance on reminiscing milestones such as the 2009 grand final victory, and getting former players together once again.
"It's important to recognise milestones like that because firstly, it's a massive effort and pretty special any year you can take out the competition in any grade. Secondly, it's a good chance to catch up with people you may not see all the time that you shared some awesome times with, that's what footy is about," he said.
"Watching the games always gets the stories going and by the end of the day the old boys are looking for a set of boots to strap on."
Up against the Workies, the club's grades are feeling confident they can get the job done.
We are all very confident we can get the job done. The teams have a fire in them now and are focused right in after the distractions.
"We have a clear game plan which we are confident we can execute and take the two points to secure third.
Minis will play at 9am on Saturday, August 17 at Glen Willow Stadium ahead of 18s league tag which will kick-off at 10am followed by league tag at 11am who are looking for the fifth spot in a must win game, while 18s play at 12pm for fourth spot, reserve grade at 1.15pm play for second spot, and first grade will play at 2.45pm for third spot on the ladder.