Winning premierships in first grade, second grade and third grade along with claiming the McCarthy Cup and doing so in your 50th anniversary season - no one can argue the fact Orange City enjoyed extraordinary success in 2018-19.
Incredibly, the Warriors have the chance to top that this season.
You'd be forgiven for thinking that may not actually be possible but to do so Orange City would, simply, just need to go one step further and couple the McCarthy Cup, the club championship, with premierships in all four senior grades.
They'll have the opportunity to complete that remarkable achievement in this weekend's Orange District Cricket Association grand finals, with a clean sweep - or a green sweep, in this particular case - on offer and well and truly a possibility.
The Warriors have already claimed the 2018-19 McCarthy Cup for a second consecutive season which is also their fifth win in the last seven summers, and have qualified for the first, second and third grade grand finals and the Centenary Cup decider too.
"If we could get four from four, it'd just be awesome, you can't top that from a senior perspective," Orange City club captain Dave Boundy, also a top grade premiership-winning skipper in 2012-13, said.
"There's wasn't any specific talk about going that one better or beating last season's effort, not at all, it was just about going again, enjoying our cricket and hopefully winning as many premierships as possible. I guess we just wanted to keep the pattern and keep winning, and winning, and winning."
Boundy did concede it would've been nice to also win the Royal Hotel Cup title, the Warriors were beaten by St Pat's Old Boys in the decider, and even though the club's broad focus is simply to win as much silverware as possible, there is differentiation from the Twenty20 format and longer-form, red-ball cricket.
Time will tell whether Orange City realise their dream of a premiership clean sweep but Boundy said claiming the club championship already isn't just a feather in the club's cap, it's the feather in the club's cap.
"That's the pinnacle, personally," Boundy said.
"I think that's what every club should be aspiring to win. Being McCarthy Cup champions means you're the club champions, it means you're the strongest club in the association so I think it should be the main goal for every club in Orange."
There's many within the ODCA that argue the McCarthy Cup is essentially a race of two considering Orange City and CYMS are the only clubs that field sides in all four grades and they all contribute to the award, a suggestion Boundy vehemently refuted.
"Whether we've got more teams than anyone else doesn't matter. Look at Cavaliers, they were were our nearest competitor this season and they've got three teams to our four," Boundy said.
"The fact is the other clubs have to catch up and put the same [prestige] on that award if they want to call themselves the best club in town, we can do that because we've got the cup to show for it.
If we could get four from four, it'd just be awesome, you can't top that.Orange City club captain Dave Boundy
"It's something we're really proud to win again."
Orange City face Cavaliers in the first and second grade grand finals, at Wade Park at Riawena Oval respectively, and take on Gladstone in the third grade decider at Country Club Oval and Kinross Blue in the Centenary Cup's big dance at Kinross Main Oval.
The two former games being at 1pm on Saturday and continue from 11am on Sunday.
Third grade and Centenary Cup are both one-day games, beginning at 1pm and 1.30pm respectively.
"It's business as usual for us, we continue as normal. It's just another game, we fight and we make sure we're there right until the end, the only difference this weekend is there's nothing more after this one, it's the big one," Boundy finished.
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