Asking Chris Solomon to describe himself as a footballer, the forward pauses before saying "I'm a one team journeyman".
The journeyman is an Aussie rules term as old as the game itself, for footballers that sit on the fringe of team lists, play a few games before heading to a new club for greener pastures and greater opportunities - only to find them on the fringe of the next club.
Solomon would be the first to admit he's not the most skilled or athletically gifted on the Tigers' list, but over the course of four years in the AFL Central West has played 49 games, with the half-century this weekend.
I rock up, keep getting games and no-one quite knows how it happens... I'm a testament to coming to training.Orange Tigers forward Chris Solomon
"I rock up, keep getting games and no-one quite knows how it happens... I'm a testament to coming to training,' he said, laughing.
Approaching cult-figure status for the current crop of players, Solomon's favourite memory of the club is one that helped cement that legacy.
In the moments after winning the 2018 grand final, players and supporters on the sidelines ran across the field to celebrate with the players.
Solomon, who wasn't playing in that game, thundered across the turf only to slip on a bit of mud and come thundering to earth before clambering back up to celebrate.
"I didn't play but it was the pinnacle," Solomon said.
"I'm a Port Adelaide supporter so I've only seen one premiership in my lifetime so to see another, even if it was from the sidelines, was pretty special."
Solomon, originally from South Australia, said 2019 had been his most enjoyable season with the Tigers.
"It's such a fun group to be around, coming from down south it's fun to be around a group of boys who play the game you love - hanging around a bunch of guys that understand AFL," he said.
"You don't have to say which code, 'you just say you playing footy on the weekend?' and they know what you're talking about. That's pretty rare up here."
"We've gone out to have fun, no expectations at the start of the year, we lost really heavy players and there wasn't a lot of expectation."
He'll take on the Bathurst Giants in his 50th game, which begins at 2.30pm at George Park.
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