Carey Park are set to celebrate the career of club legend Viv Blurton when they meet Donnybrook at Kelly Park on Sunday afternoon. Blurton, the Panthers’ quiet achiever, famous for gracing the outer wing of Kelly Park in his long-sleeve jumper, will become the third Indigenous player in the 107-year history of the club to play 200 games. Panthers coach Brett Maguire said Blurton was a player who might have slipped under the radar during his decade long SWFL career. “Viv is one player that through the league people underestimate and I was probably one of those,” he said. “To play 200 for a particular club is a massive effort — to play over 10 years of footy for one club. “On game day he is happy to pass on his knowledge and he is a Carey Park player through and through. “As they say now that’s ‘Viv’s wing’, the amount of games he has played running around on the far side at Carey Park.” The Panthers suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Bunbury in their Nani Cup clash on Sunday but this game offers a chance for them to respond, having put in good showings the two weeks prior. After being docked four points from their game against Bunbury, the Dons now have just one win to their name and will be desperate to improve their record, with finals hopes set to be seriously dashed for the losing side.