Jack Newnes doesn't really enjoy reliving arguably the stand-out moment of his 199 AFL games.
Newnes' perfectly-struck long-range match winner from the boundary against Fremantle in 2020 lives on in highlights packages.
Naturally, it came up as Carlton winger Newnes prepares to reach the 200-game mark in Saturday's clash with the Dockers at Marvel Stadium.
Not that the unassuming, self-deprecating Blue is focused on reliving past glories.
"I don't really think about it too much. People bring it up to me pretty often," he said.
"I haven't had too many really big highlights in my career so that's probably the one that stands out, obviously.
"But I've seen a bit of vision of it, think about every now and again, but probably especially when we're playing Freo."
Newnes played the first 155 games of his career, including 123 consecutive appearances, at St Kilda before crossing to Carlton at the end of 2019 and adding another 44.
Game 201 is set to come against the Saints next week.
At 29, Newnes is yet to play in a final but is relishing the Blues' charge towards a likely September berth.
"I find myself in a position I've probably never been in, in my career," he said.
"We're playing some good footy. So I'm just loving every minute."
After starting the season in the VFL, Newnes admitted he wasn't sure he'd reach his milestone game, but will cherish the moment.
"If you think about the amount of people who get drafted to AFL clubs not a whole lot of people get to 200 games, so I'm proud of that," he said.
"I'm playing footy at the top level. It hasn't been easy but I wouldn't rather be anywhere else."
Australian Associated Press
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