Many of Teresa Polias' 99 Sydney FC appearances have meshed into one.
But the Sky Blues captain will never forget the triumphant 2013 W-League grand final.
Sam Kerr scored a spectacular diving header and Kyah Simon swept home a late penalty to defeat Melbourne Victory 3-1 at AAMI Park.
Polias played every minute, just as the pocket-sized midfielder had in every other match that season.
"We were such a young team and we had a lot of mixed results, and we just scraped into the finals," Polias told AAP.
"But when we entered the semis we just hit form, we took it on.
"That grand final, everyone played amazing. It was a fairytale end."
Since then Sydney have come agonisingly close, losing three semi-finals and a grand final.
And as Polias prepares for her 100th club game in Saturday's semi-final against the Newcastle Jets at Leichhardt Oval, there's again a sense she can almost touch another trophy.
"We are due for a win, it's been five odd years now," the 27-year-old said.
"Being so close in recent seasons, and to think we're so close to doing it now.
"You still get those nerves because you care so much about the game. But it's a nice feeling, it's why we all play.
"I get a few goosebumps thinking it's my 100th game for Sydney. I'm super proud."
The Jets stand in the way of a Sky Blues decider against either premiers Brisbane Roar or defending champions Melbourne City.
Boasting American 10-goal striker Katie Stengel, they're the only rival to blemish what would have been a nine-match winning streak, when they snatched a 2-2 draw in January.
"We should have come away with that win, but Sunday's 4-1 win over Western Sydney gives us a lot of confidence," she said.
"The Jets are one of those teams you cannot switch off against. They never say die."
It's been a slog for Polias, a primary school teacher with a brand new batch of year one students.
On top of full-time work she squeezes in four team training sessions each week plus gym work and recovery, and admits the hectic schedule is getting tougher to manage.
"I honestly don't know how I've managed to do it, it's a lot of meticulous time management," she said.
"I don't have much of a life outside football and teaching, but it's totally worth it."
Australian Associated Press