National Volunteering Week celebrates volunteers, the driving force behind Australian organisations, and the Queanbeyan Tigers Australian Football Club said long-time scoreboard operator Jill Bright fits that exact description.
Mrs Bright watched the Tigers play as a child in the 1940s and 50s, as she lived near their original home, Queanbeyan Park, and just never left.
The almost 73-year-old has notched up about 60 years of service to the club and said she wouldn't have it any other way.
"I was born and bred in Queanbeyan and [The Tigers are] a part of my life," Mrs Bright said.
"The goal umpires always say 'We love coming to Queanbeyan because the score's always right.'
"I love [volunteering]... the people I've met- I still get [past players] call in out of the blue, just to say hello because they're passing through."
When asked whether she had grandchildren Mrs Bright replied with "just my boys", referring to Tigers players who she considers family.
"When someone at the club has a baby I knit them a pair of Tigers booties," she said.
Allan Bright, Mrs Bright's late husband spent the majority of his AFL career at Ainslie before finishing at Queanbeyan and was "bribed" to score a match in the 70s.
"They said they'd give him a pie and a coffee if he'd score for them, it was meant to be only for the week, just one time," Mrs Bright said.
But Mr and Mrs Bright soon cemented their spot at the tin score shed on Queanbeyan Park, which then moved to a brick feature at the Margaret Donoghoe Sportsground- they would eventually become a driving force behind the Club.
The pair were foundation members of the Tigers licensed club and Mrs Bright was the first woman to receive Tigers life membership and the first woman to make the Tigers Wall of Fame.
Mr Bright spent time helping out on the Tigers Club front desk when it first opened and Mrs Bright now operates the digital scoreboard from the Growlers Deck and helps the juniors with raffles.
Scrapbooks upon scrapbooks of Tigers clippings from the newspapers fill Mrs Bright's small home- she takes great pride in the Queanbeyan Australian Football Club, but is very humble about all she has done for it and laughed at talks of payment.
"I get some flowers from [the Club] for doing it, but my husband always said 'If they pay us I'm not doing it,' she said.
"I'll keep coming here and helping out until I can't come anymore."
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