IF their sons keep racking-up football honours, Bryce and Maree Selwood might need a bigger house.
Geelong captain Joel added All-Australian captaincy to an ever-growing list of accolades on Monday night and could yet finish 2013 with a Brownlow Medal and fourth premiership medallion.
Meanwhile, twin brothers Adam and Troy could add to their premiership successes in Sunday's VFL and WAFL grand finals.
When you factor in youngest brother Scott's achievements, there's a very impressive collection of trophies and medallions, plus some great memories, building-up for their parents.
"We've got a few of the trophies back here, but the other ones are scattered around with the boys so I hope they don't lose them. It's good to have memories at the end," Bryce said.
Many expected Joel would be in the mix for All-Australian captaincy after a stellar year, but his father was still pleasantly surprised.
"It was a surprise because I expected Gary Ablett to get it, to be honest, but we're very proud of him," Bryce said.
Premiership glory is sure to be at the forefront of Joel's mind, though, as it would be for Adam and Troy.
Troy will lead Geelong against Box Hill in the VFL grand final and, just two hours later, Adam will play for East Perth against bitter rivals West Perth in the WAFL grand final.
"It's amazing how many things were coincidental with the twins as they've grown up that even when they get to the end of their footy career they're playing grand finals on the same day," Bryce said.
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