Sam Murphy capped off a watershed season with the bat with not only the batting aggregate and average, and coaches' award for the Tamworth under-14s but also the top accolade for the season.
The 14-year old was named the Tamworth Junior Cricket Association's representative player of the year when they celebrated another very successful season on Saturday night.
The Tamworth sides clean swept the Northern Inland competition silverware, with two of the three finals all-Tamworth affairs, while the under-14s and under-16s both made the finals at their respective January carnivals.
Murphy enjoyed arguably his best season in Tamworth juniors colours, particularly with the bat.
He was one of two players to notch a century throughout the season, and was the top run-scorer across the six Tamworth sides with 292 runs and an average of 58.4.
That tally included an unbeaten 105 - his maiden century - against Gunnedah in late December.
Thrown up the order with his Blues side in a dominant position, the innings proved to be a springboard.
Launching from that, Murphy was the second highest run-scorer overall at the Tamworth Junior Carnival in January with 146 runs including a match-winning 73 on day two.
Playing a more predominant role with the ball in past seasons and generally batting down in the tail, Murphy said there wasn't really anything specifically he worked on with his batting. It was more a case of getting more opportunity and by extension of that gaining more confidence.
"This year things just kind of clicked," he said.
But it wasn't just his deeds with the bat that saw him stand out from the rest. He also made a big contribution with the ball, chiming in with 15 wickets.
He snared 10 of those at the Tamworth carnival to finish the second top wicket-taker.
"I was pretty happy (bowling wise). I picked up a few wickets," Murphy said.
He will now turn his attention to the soccer field suiting up for the Moore Creek Mountain Goats in their debut season in the Tamworth District Football competition. He will play for their 15s/16s team.
Under-12 Gold - Charlie Doyle, Henry O'Hehir; Under-12 Blue - Ben Sleeman, Coby Single; Under-13s - Rex Barwick; Under-14s - Sam Murphy; Under-15s - Luke Gentle, Under-16s - Oliver McGill
Under-12 Gold: Batting Aggregate - Ben Murphy (115 runs), Batting Average - Ben Murphy (115 runs @ 38.33), Bowling Aggregate - Harrison Hamilton (7 wickets), Bowling Average - Dominic Barbara (6 wickets @ 6.83).
Under-12 Blue: Batting Aggregate - Riley Gentle (278 runs), Batting Average - Charlie Whale (204 runs @ 34), Bowling Aggregate - Blake Scicluna (14 wickets), Bowling Aggregate - Jordan Lewington (13 wickets @ 7.54)
Under-13s: Batting Aggregate - Chris Fox (251 runs), Batting Average - Chris Fox (215 runs @ 27.89), Bowling Aggregate - Harry Lewington (24 wickets), Bowling Average - Harry Lewington (24 wickets @ 8.08).
Under-14s: Batting Aggregate - Sam Murphy (292 runs), Batting Average - Sam Murphy (292 runs @ 58.4), Bowling Aggregate - Deni Baker (18 wickets), Bowling Average - Deni Baker (18 wickets @ 9.56).
Under-15s: Batting Aggregate - Sam Fox (207 runs), Batting Average - Sam Fox (207 runs @ 20.7), Bowling Aggregate - Matthew Holmes and Killian Apen (13 wickets), Bowling Average - Matthew Holmes (13 wickets @ 5.85).
Under-16s: Batting Aggregate - Luke Maher (160 runs), Batting Average - Oscar Spinks (140 runs @ 23.33), Bowling Aggregate - Kurt Barton (16 wickets), Bowling Average - Joey Mead (11 wickets @ 6.18).