Luke Howard and Jason Mileti have become just the third and fourth players respectively to reach 300 games at Trinity Aquinas Amateur Football Club.
On Saturday 29 June Luke Howard reached 300 games under lights against Wembley at Ernest Johnson Reserve.
Luke began his playing career in 2002 representing TA’s across various grades from A Grade to D1 Reserves. He won the association A Reserves best and fairest in 2007 and 2009 as well as the Club A reserves best and fairest in 2011.
He has played in three premierships with the club in 2008, 2009 (A Reserves) and 2016 (D1 Reserves) winning the best on ground medal in his most recent win.
Luke has also spent time on the Trinity Aquinas committee and the Perth Football League board.
Jason Mileti will become the fourth Trinity Aquinas player to reach the milestone when he represents the club for the 300th time this Saturday 20th July at Bill Grayden Reserve.
Jason has also played across various grades from A Grade through to D1 Reserves winning a D1 grade premiership with the club in 2015. He was named best on ground in the 2015 grand final and won the 2016 D1 grade association best and fairest.
In a year of big milestones for the club Simon Franich reached 250 games for Trinity Aquinas last month. Simon played his 250th against Scarborough at Bill Grayden Reserve on Saturday 29 June.