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The Forest Rangers Football Club have celebrated a milestone with three members reaching 30 years of service with the club.

Gus Warren, Tim Hooper and Dominic Donofrio have been involved with the organisation in several positions as players, managers and committee members.

The three members have been part of the club for more than half its lifetime since it was established 51 years ago in the St George district.

The 30-year veterans were presented with commemorative jackets at a club presentation to recognise their efforts and contribution to the club.

Club committee member Con Sarros said it was a huge achievement to have three long-serving representatives.

“It’s remarkable for the club, knowing the fact that the club has been around for 51 years and these three gentleman have provided their efforts and services for 30 years as a player, manager and committee member,” he said.

“It’s highly regarded and very much appreciated, not only 30-year achievements, but we also recognise the five, 10 and 20 year achievements.

“We pride ourselves not only on being a football club but also as a family and community club.”

The club has had a successful 2017 season across all grades with the highlights being the under-12B1s winning their grand final and the All Age F2s taking out their competition.