Zeke Brown’s life revolves around lacrosse, so when the Denver Outlaws signed him to a one-day contract, he called it the best day of his life.

According to The Denver Channel, the 11-year-old was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma, and had surgery to remove a tumor from his arm. Still worried about the cancer’s return, Make-A-Wish called to offer Zeke a nice distraction.

Zeke said he wanted to become a professional lacrosse player and be signed by Warrior Lacrosse, the sport’s largest equipment company.

So, the Denver Outlaws offered him a day he’d never forget. First, he was transported to Sports Authority Field at Mile High by limo. Then, he got a tour of the locker room and stumbled upon  “Ezekiel Brown #13” written above a locker, which was filled with a custom jersey, helmet and stick. He signed on the dotted line twice, once to become a member of the Outlaws, and once to become a “Warrior Pro.”

If that wasn’t enough, Zeke ran out onto the field and warmed up with the team before they took on the Chesapeake Bayhawks. He also sat on the bench for the duration of the game, which is where he saw his lacrosse coach and current Outlaws’ attackman Eric Law whizz one by the goalie for a score.

“It was probably the best day of my life so far,” the younger Outlaw said. “Being a Warrior pro and playing with the Outlaws and a home win — it was amazing.”

Take a look at his day: