As he sprinted towards the line in the Central West Junior Rugby Union under 13 grand final, Orange City skipper Angus Tremain pumped his fist and touched down under the uprights.
The try put Orange City up 10-5 and meant a huge amount to the Lions' co-captain, but it wasn't to be the only time he crossed the line in the decider.
He nailed two tries and the one conversion in the 22-10 win over Orange Emus in a derby grand final, and he was buzzing at full time.
"Pumped, I'm so excited. The win means a lot and it's weird, like, on your home ground there are more supporters and family and it's good to win a grand final," he said post-game.
He said being able to score twice was incredible.
"It felt so good like the first one I was so ecstatic and the second one felt even better," he said.
Tremain was handed the microphone post-game, thanking the Emus opponents and the massive crowd which came to watch the derby.
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