Nate Romeo has a phone some of the youngest members of the Orange Tigers' juniors have never seen before.
Armed with an old-fashioned Nokia flip-phone, he's spent plenty of time during his two seasons at the Tigers explaining how you need to press one button four - yes, four - times to get the letter S.
Romeo admits he's a little bit "old-school" in many aspects, not least of all on the footy field.
"I'm not someone who does everything on their own or takes anyone on, I just kind of play footy," he said.
He doesn't buy into modern fan-dangled opposition analysis, and outside knowing which club he's playing each week has no idea who's in each team or what they're good at.
I think we've got the best backline in the competitionTigers defender Nate Romeo
"When everyone's talking about what this player will do or what that player will do, I'm that guy who has got no idea what's going on," Romeo said.
The defender is rarely flustered on the field, and has been one of his side's most consistent, and is arguably the best precision kick.
He's found himself at home in the Tigers' back six, running off half-back in a potent combination with Jaxon Mumme, and has loved it.
"I think the backline is one our biggest strengths, with Jacko's intercept marking and I think we've got the best backline in the competition," Romeo said.
"I feel like I've got a lot better at watching the ball as it comes in and knowing where it's going, but sometimes I'm still way out of position."
However, with a number of injuries hitting the side, Romeo might be one of those coach Dale Hunter will look to to fill a midfield void in the Tigers' side, with the reigning premiers missing Logan Crimp, Andrew Henry and Gus Henderson for this weekend's clash.
Henderson is unavailable, but the former two - who are starts in the guts for the Tigers - are still fighting to make it back at all this season, with the hope they may return for the grand final should the Tigers get there.
He's run through the midfield at times this season and has put in the hard yards off the field to make himself fit enough to run out games through the middle.
"If you'd told me to play midfield last year I'd have laughed at you but I feel like I can run it out now," he said.
"It's where the ball is, and I don't really know what I'm doing sometimes but it's good," he said.
While he admits the side doesn't have the skill of the 2018 flag-winning side, Romeo said he's enjoyed this year far more, and still thinks the Tigers are absolutely in the race for the flag - the intensity, the pressure and pace of finals footy don't faze him in the slightest.
First bounce is 2.30pm at George Park, following the women's major semi-final between the Giants and Bushrangers from 12.30pm.
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