Accomplished South Wagga Warriors pitcher Montana Kearnes has been crowned Wagga Softball Association's best and fairest for a fourth time.
Kearnes took out the award, voted by umpires, at Wagga Softball Association's presentation on Saturday.
The 21-year-old finished the year with three consecutive best-on-diamond performances to take out the award by eight votes.
Younger sister, Layhnee, shared second place with Saints' Paula Potts.
Kearnes was honoured to win back-to-back A grade best and fairests.
"Personally, I feel like I could have done better but as a team we had a pretty chilled season," Kearnes said.
"That's what gets us through, having fun, being chilled and not taking it as seriously as others do.
"I was happy to win it though because it was a tough season. The teams were very even and a lot of players stepped up from other teams this season."
Kearnes started the season sharing the pitching duties, but took over the majority of the responsibility late in the season.
She also captured the double by being named Wagga Softball Association's outstanding female player.