The "King of KI" Bradley Crabb played his 200th game with the South Adelaide Football Club on the weekend
The veteran defender and former club captain from Kangaroo Island joined the SANFL's "200 Club" in the Panthers' Round 3 clash with Glenelg at the Bay.
His debut was in Round 20 of the 2007 season against Centrals.
Reaching the milestone makes Crabby the first 200-game Panther since Trent Mills in 2004.
If he plays all 18 home and away games this season, it would push him into 11th all time on games played for South Adelaide, one behind champion wingman Ron Hateley's mark of 216.
To celebrate the milestone, the club was giving away tickets to game to anyone from Kangaroos Island.
Souths also made a special limited edition run of 200 Brad Crabb 200-game stubby holders.
In the Reserves, KI was also well represented on the weekend with Damon Freitag, Tate Lovering and Coby Helyar playing well.
"Cockles" Helyar had 21 disposals, while a big goal in the last minutes of the game from Damon Freitag snatched the points for the Souths Reserves and Tate Lovering was Best on Ground for the Panthers Reserves.