There will be plenty to celebrate in 2019, with a number of Redlegs approaching significant milestones this season.
Three-time Premiership Player Brady Dawe is only eight games shy of reaching game 200 and is likely to do so in Round 8 when the Redlegs face West Adelaide at Coopers Stadium.
Dawe would become the seventeenth Redleg to play 200 games for Norwood, joining the likes of Brett James and Jerry D’Antiochia to name a few.
Norwood skipper Jace Bode currently sits three games away from reaching 150 games for Norwood, while only sits 14 games away from reaching 200 SANFL games.
Bode crossed over from the double blues in 2011 and has gone on to win three Premierships with Norwood.
The veteran is likely to play game 150 against Sturt and game 200 against the Panthers in Round 14.
Returning forward and Premiership Player Josh Donohue could reach 150 games in 2019, currently sitting on 137.
2014 Jack Oatey Medallist Matthew Panos currently sits three games away from reaching 100 SANFL games, while Lewis Johnston is only three away from reaching 100 SANFL games.
Two-time Premiership Player Ed Smart is likely to reach 100 games this season, currently sitting on 86.
Following a breakout year in 2018, Matthew Nunn (41) is set to reach 50 games along with Brad McKenzie (30).
Prospective player milestones in 2019:
Brady Dawe (currently 192 games)
Jace Bode (currently 186 games)
Josh Donohue (137)
Matthew Panos (97)
Lewis Johnston (97)
Ed Smart (86)
Matthew Nunn (41)
Brad McKenzie (30)
Photo – Corey Sutton
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