Jed Bews is set to celebrate his 100th AFL game when the Cats play Port Adelaide in the first qualifying final.

It will be a proud moment for the Bews family, with Jed following in the footsteps of his father Andrew who played 207 games for the club between 1982 and 1993.

“It is special,” Bews said speaking to K Rock Football

“I wouldn’t have ever dreamt that I would play 100 and I am sure Mum and Dad will be kicking themselves down in Geelong they can’t be up here, but I am sure they are super proud.”

Jed Bews Showreel

Jed Bews Showreel

The 26-year-old has been a permanent fixture within Geelong’s best 22 this season playing 16 of a possible 17 games.

He has enjoyed have a greater creative license further afield, while rotating with teammate Mark O’Connor on the opposition’s most dangerous small forward each week.

Bews has embraced his new role and has enjoyed the time he has spent with his teammates in the hub this year.

“I have just sort of accepted that there is going to be a lot of things going on, not stressed about anything and just gone out and had fun because at the end of the day it’s a game, it’s fun and we are lucky to be playing.

“So, I have just tried to enjoy the whole experience which I honestly have, it has been really good fun and my footy is going alright which makes it a little bit better.”