The Kempsey Saints Football Club honoured the life of club life member Catherine Mary Clarke with a minutes silence before their first grade match against Wallis Lakes on Saturday.
Mrs Clarke was involved with Saints for well over 20 years and spent the majority of her time as the secretary of the club.
She became one of only six life members of the club in 2011 after she was unanimously voted by the committee to receive the honour.
All four of her sons played in the green and white and they remembered as kids having their verandah covered in boots that Mrs Clarke would lend to kids to play in.
Mrs Clarke along with other club stalwarts Max and Marie Pearson, Tony Corley; Sister Cabrini; and countless others over the years, built the club from formation towards what it has become today.
She sadly passed away last week and her funeral was held on Tuesday May 30.
She was a keen supporter of the Saints move into the Premier League and was often on the sideline watching with a deep knowledge of the game.