Jessica "Skipper" Skwirowski, premiership player for the Pinjarra Tigers, is the first woman to reach 50 games in the PFNLW's history.
Skwirowski has played every season of the women's competition with the Tigers since it first began in 2018, and coach Jason Mudge said she hardly ever missed a game.
"She has really been the backbone of the team," Mudge said.
"She was the captain for the 2019 grand finals - she's one of those players who is always at training and always there revving the girls up."
Skwirowski has also represented the Tigers as part of the Peel Cavaliers team and was the PFNLW's leading goal kicker for the 2020 season.
"I'm hoping she's gonna be the future coach - that's sort of what I'm lining her up for.
"Jess always gives 100 per cent - you never have to ask more from her."
In an interview posted to the Pinjarra Tigers Facebook page, Skwirowski said she was proud to be a Tiger.
"Being born in Pinjarra, I enjoy playing for my local club and being able to involve my family in football and having my husband/kids come to watch," she said.
"I enjoy playing with all the girls, the young ones and the seniors.
"Special mention to Jena Daniel, playing alongside her for the last four years has been awesome."
Skwirowski added that her most memorable game was as captain in the 2019 grand final, where the team took the flag by one point.
I'm hoping she's gonna be the future coach - that's sort of what I'm lining her up for.Jason Mudge
Skwirowski's 50th gameday took place on July 18 on Pinjarra's home turf where they faced off against the Dwellingup Razorbacks.
In what was a thrilling addition to Skwirowski's monumental achievement, the Tigers defeated the Razorbacks with an impressive 107-0 win.
Supporters and teammates poured out messages of love for Skwirowski on Facebook.
"Congratulations beautiful Jess. You are a true inspiration and we are so very proud of you," one comment read.
Another comment left by a fellow Tiger said, "Congratulations Jessica, you're an amazing player and team mate."
Even coach Jason Mudge jumped online to show his support.
"Outstanding achievement Jessica Skwirowski," Mudge's post read.
"Here's to 50 more."
The Tigers, who are currently second on the ladder below South Mandurah, will next be up against North Mandurah in round 12.
In round 13, the Tigers will face their biggest contenders for the second place spot - the Mandurah Mustangs.
The round 13 game will be on Pinjarra's home turf.