Hundreds of the region's juniors have shared fond memories donning the maroon of the Singleton Strikers' over time.
Some remain at the club today while others still watch their former teammates from afar.
But only a select few from each generation have also added representative honours to their on field resumes.
Last weekend Singleton's terrific trio of under-11 talents Campbell McNamarra, Samuel Pearce and Kaiden Boldery represented the Hunter region at the State SAP (Skill Acquisition Program) Championship in Coffs Harbour.
Local talent Tye Walker was the fourth Singleton name to look out for through his representation with the Macquarie line-up.
However it would be the Hunter boys who would secure a podium finish (finishing third to NNSWF Select SAP and NNSWF Newcastle SAP).
"The top three finish was pretty special to be honest," Boldery told the Singleton Argus.
"It was a privilege to be picked for the Hunter team as well."
After making his debut at under-seven level the young wingman has now added a total of six representative games to fuel his future aspirations.
"Before we started the coaches told me that if you do something wrong not to worry and keep your head up (which was helpful)," he added.
Boldery has also confirmed that he is eyeing a career with Manchester City in the Premier League.