Three Prahran Assumption players achieved notable milestones on Saturday (August 4).
Adam Sleight - 150 Games
Adam Sleight, Prahran Assumption's star key forward, played his 150th senior game for the club v St Mary's Salesian.
Completing the trifecta of milestones, forward pocket specialist Tim Maya played his 50th senior game and key defender Ed MacDonald his 100th club game.
To cap a memorable day for the club the Two Blues recorded a massive 126 point win. Pre game coach Ashley Mills arranged to display tributes from teammates and friends- some touching, some humourous-which seemed focus to the Two Blues were proceeded to post a 126 point win, a season high (see Round 15 match report).
Sleight has been an outstanding contributor since walking into the club mid- season in 2003.
The former Sunbury player is one of the most decorated players in the VAFA over the past decade.
Four best and fairests, five times winner of the Players Player award,, four times leading goal kicker, VAFA representative in 2005 and captain in 2011 and 2012, Sleight has been the powerhouse forward at the club in that time.
His outstanding marking ability was at its zenith last season in the undefeated run that saw Prahran Assumption win the Division 3 premiership, the undoubted highlight of his career.
Adam has also been a driving force in the club's leadership group over the past three years when he has also taken an assistant coach role.
Tim Maya - 50 games
A product of Prahran-Caulfield Under 19s short-lived joint venture, Tim Maya has developed into a dangerous permanent forward pocket.
The former De La Salle student kicked a career best best seven goals against La Trobe University this season.
Maya was a key member of last year's Division 3 premiership team kicking seven goals in the finals series.
Son of club president and former player Fab Maya, Tim played his first senior game as an 18 year-old in 2009.
Ed MacDonald - 100 Club Games
Meanwhile Ed MacDonald, a product of Prahran Juniors, MacDonald plays his 100th club game - 70 senior and 30 Reserves.
Ed began his career with Prahran U12s in 1999 and was a member of the 2002 Under 15s premiership team.
He played his first senior game in 2004 as a 16 year-old. A member of last year's unbeaten premiership team, Ed has been a cornerstone of the Two Blues defence in arguably his season at the club.