WHITE Hills veteran Lisa Argus will play her 300th game of netball this weekend.
The versatile player began playing as a junior at the club and is now the captain of the A-reserve team in the Heathcote and District Netball Association.
White Hills vice president Jeanene Cass said Argus was a team player.
"She plays both as a circle and mid-court defender and can read the play exceptionally well," she said.
"She is a tight defender who makes her opponent earn every possession, and even though not overly tall, always positions herself to receive the rebounds in the goal circle."
Argus has been recognised with several awards including winning eight best and fairest awards across different grades at the White Hills Football Netball Club.
She was also awarded the league's B-grade best and fairest award in 2001 and 2003 and was the A-Reserve runner-up last season.
She has also been a part of seven Demons premierships and has become a life member of the club.
Cass said Argus had been a great member of the White Hills Football Netball Club.
"Off court Lisa has always been a regular contributor even when having a young family," she said.
"She has coached B-reserve, D-grade and Primary Grade, along with undertaking the positions of property steward, HDNA League delegate and on the netball committee."
White Hills will take on Huntly on Saturday afternoon.