Among others, Blunt, Brouwers, Grant, Stone, Barrett and Nunn are some of the names that, over the years, have become synonymous with Orange City Rugby Club but in the modern era there is another that stands out - Tremain, Josh in particular.
It's not just because he dons fluorescent orange headgear on game day either, although that certainly does make the former NSW Country Cockatoo easy to spot.
Of Orange City's current pride Tremain is easily the longest-serving, he's seen it all in his years, battling through the debilitating lows and celebrating the dazzling highs too, most recently in the Lions' 2012 and 2013 premierships.
This weekend, he'll mark his 200th Blowes Clothing Cup appearance and when he runs through the tunnel and onto Cowra Rugby Ground, he's likely to do so as the proudest man in the country.
It's a bit of a shame it didn't come a week earlier for the local derby but even so it's a big moment, a really proud moment for me.Orange City 200-gamer Josh Tremain
Well, outside his dad Willie perhaps.
"I imagine dad probably will be as proud as I am. He won a premiership with Orange City as well in the year they won all four grades and I could probably count on one hand the number of games him and mum haven't been at over the years, so it'll be great on the weekend," Tremain said, his brother Brendan having played for the club too.
"It's a bit of a shame it didn't come a week earlier for the local derby but even so it's a big moment, a really proud moment for me because I have been with the club for a long time.
"Obviously those premierships in 2012 and 2013 are right up there in terms of highlights, but the 2007 season was a really special one for me too.
"I was able to play alongside a couple of my best mates that year, guys like Michael Sparks, Zarin Barber and Daniel Johnson. We fell two points short of winning the grand final, but it was still a special year.
"Obviously I was lucky enough to win with Sparksy at City, but we all won a premiership together at Yeoval too, that was a special year as well.
"It's actually quite surreal to look back at it all really, because rugby has played such a big role in my life, it's pretty special."
Although he had a couple of years where he battled shoulder issues Tremain, who is affectionately known as Blocker and also spent a season with Dubbo Kangaroos along with time playing in the Netherlands too, largely put his longevity down to a lack of serious injuries.
And while if this was the NRL or Super Rugby you'd probably be seeing replicas of his bright orange scrum cap or big Blocker masks being handed out to fans at the gate, he said he's not expecting any fanfare.
"I don't think the club would plan anything, certainly nothing I'm aware of anyway. They'd probably keep me out of the loop though," he laughed.
"I don't need any of that anyway, the best thing I could ask for would be a win."
That's something that has eluded the Lions so far in 2019 but there's little doubt they're building to a victory, having steadily improved through the opening five weeks and then went within a kick of beating reigning premiers Orange Emus last weekend.
Tremain rates his Lions' performance in last weekend's 22-all draw as their best in a couple of seasons, but he's certain his young side still has more to give.
"It showed we can step up and we can be there, we just need to do that week-to-week now," Tremain said, his Lions facing the high-flying, second-placed Eagles on Saturday.
"I knew that and I think the boys did too, it was just a matter of believing it. Seeing the hard work everyone's putting in off the field and the effort that's going into it, the potential was always there and I definitely think there's more in the tank, we can still get better.
"It'll be a tough slog over at Cowra, it always is but more so with the way they've been going this season. That'd make it even better getting a win this weekend, and obviously I'd love nothing more in my 200th."
The Lions have made just one change from last weekend's side, with Fletcher Rose starting at flanker in place of the injured Feleti Wolfgramm.
The Lions take on Cowra from 3.15pm on Saturday afternoon.
- ORANGE CITY LIONS: 1 Cal Townsend, 2 Nick Fisher, 3 Josh Tremain (c), 4 Scott Smith, 5 Colin McGregor, 6 Jake Johnstone, 7 Fletcher Rose, 8 Duncan Young, 9 Tom Nell, 10 Keegan Harding, 11 Ben Dennis, 12 Harry Taberner, 13 Nick Smith, 14 Tom Westcott, 15 Barton Young
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