He’s still got it.
Retired West Coast forward Mark LeCras booted a staggering 15 majors in the country on Saturday.
Playing for home club Cervantes in the Central Midlands Coastal competition, the 35-year-old wound back the clock to fall three goals short of a club-record 18 jointly held by his older brother and fellow ex-AFL player Brent.
It came 12 years to the weekend since LeCras’ famous 12-goal haul for the Eagles in a win over Essendon.
The 2018 AFL premiership player now has 25 goals in two games since returning to Cervantes at the start of the month, backing up his 10 against Dandaragan a fortnight ago.
The Tiger Sharks won the match by 209 points against Jurien Bay – 33.17 (215) to 1.0 (6).
LeCras retired from the AFL at the end of 2018 with 441 majors in 219 games, fourth most in West Coast history behind Josh Kennedy, Peter Sumich and Jack Darling.
Cervantes, who lost last year’s grand final to Lancelin, are second on the CMCFL ladder with a 7-2 record, two games behind the undefeated Moora led by playing-coach and ex-Eagle Adam Cockie.