With speed to burn, Blake Hart has taken Southern Inland by storm this season.
The tryscoring sensation is looking to deliver another blow for Waratahs in the grand final on Saturday.
In his first year in the competition Hart is on top of the tryscorer's list.
He's crossed for 30 tries in his 13 games so far and is yet to be held try-less in a game.
Not even missing two games with a broken toe could see his impressive record run down.
He's four clear of teammate Corey Toole and is looking to add to his impressive tryscoring record in the decider against Ag College at Conolly Rugby Complex.
Hart has found a home on the wing this season - although it is a position the speedster has rarely played in.
He’s spent plenty time at fullback as well but has back on the wing to take on Ag College in the major semi-final.
He remains happy to play whether part is needed in the quality Waratahs back line.
“It's my first thing playing on the wing ever but it has been good," Hart said.
“It has been a different experience and I'm happy to play wherever the team needs me the most.”
The 25-year-old is heading into just his second senior grand final.
He won at his first attempt with Palmerston Crocs during his five years in Darwin, but it has been a long time between drinks.
He believes the team needs to remain disciplined in order to complete a perfect season and come out on top in the decider.
They can't afford lapses with so much on the line.
With his role in the army Hart moved to the city early last year but decided against playing footy.
However he's relished being back involved in the rugby scene.
"The team environment is a lot better compared to what is was in Darwin,” Hart said.
“We struggled to get numbers to training session, but it a committed club here which is good to see.”
He believes being part of the Waratahs set up has made him more involved in the Wagga community.
"Playing with the club has been me feel more welcome to the Wagga community itself,” he said.
“It has been great.”