Georgia Hallam plays alongside twin sister Sophie in defence.
Now the East Wagga-Kooringal teenager has twin premierships and player of the medal grand final medals to her name after a day to remember on Saturday.
Fresh from helping the Hawks under-17s to a 28-22 win over Marrar, Georgia and Sophie, Amy Leddin, Maddie McPherson and Zahly Meriton backed up in the A-reserves' 33-32 victory over a fast-finishing Temora.
"In 17s we went into it confident because we'd beat them most games, we came out strong," Georgia, 15, said.
"In the A-res we'd beaten each other by a goal during the season, but this time we hung on for the win."
The Hawks led by as many as eight in the third term before Temora came storming home, but the Roos couldn't take advantage of a few late chances to find an equaliser.
East Wagga-Kooringal coach Kylie Leddin said she was proud of the grit shown by the youngsters.
"We had five girls backing up for a second game in this kind of heat. They're only 15 or 16 year olds so I'm really proud of them," she said.
"We recruited her (Georgie) and her twin sister this year from Turvery Park. They're two to watch out for and they're highly skilled."
The other lower grades were dominated by Charles Sturt University, who held out Temora 38-34 in B grade and Barellan 26-18 in C grade.
Sows defenders Chloe Hinde (C grade) and Emily Newton (B grade) were named best on court.
CSU trailed by three goals at half-time in B grade, but dominated the third quarter to build a three-goal lead of their own to set up victory.
The Sows didn't win their first game until round five, but rode strong momentum built in the second half of the season to the premiership.
"I had a big chat to them at quarter time and told them I expected everything from them in this," Sows B-grade coach Ashleigh O'Leary said.
"They were receptive with my feedback and that's why they came out and won today."