Brett and Josh Morris have done it all in rugby league, winning premierships and representing state and country.
Next month, the twinkled-toed twins should add another feather to their caps when the Kiama Knights Rugby League Club reveals its greatest team of the past 100 years.
The twins rose through the Kiama junior ranks and made brief appearances for the club in first grade as teenagers before they became NRL stars.
They remain proud of their Kiama roots and would feel honoured to be part of the centenary team.
Club officials have spent months planning celebrations, gathering clippings, photos and any information about the club's history.
A big crowd is expected when the Knights host Jamberoo on June 7 at 2.45pm to be followed by a reunion dinner and unveiling of the centenary team.
Once the side is named, specially designed team jerseys will be auctioned off.
Several former Kiama players will take part, including former Steeler, Dragons, NSW and Australia star Shaun Timmins.
"Organising it for the Queen's Birthday long weekend allowed us to get as many ex-players back as possible because it doesn't impact on work schedules," celebrations spokesman Glen Moran said.