The South Mandurah Football Club honoured its former legends and relived some of its glory days at their 1998 and 2008 premiership reunions on Sunday.
Those that helped the club hoist flags both 10 and 20 years ago attended the day, which also saw the current league side notch a win over the Baldivis Brumbies.
Both of those premierships came against Mundijong, with the 1998 side taking home a 16.6 (102) to 12.15 (87) victory 10 years before the club’s resounding 26.16 (172) to 5.5 (35) win in 2008.
Bob Maher coached the 1998 flag, while Sean Wrigley led the successful campaign in 2008.
Falcons legend Rod Tregenza led the league’s goal-kicking tallies in both of those seasons, recording 161 in ‘98 before tallying his highest ever single-season total with 223 in ‘08.