Bullioh's Ash Murray can now add senior premiership player to his list of credentials after the Bulldogs grand final win against Cudgewa on the weekend.
The full-forward has made a huge impact in his first year at the club, booting 160 goals in 18 matches after bagging five in the grand final on Saturday, including the last goal of the match.
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Murray admitted the win was the perfect piece to the puzzle he was missing.
"I'm rapt, it's my first senior premiership," Murray said.
"It was a good individual effort, but it just helped the boys to get to where we are.
"I was just lucky enough to get on the end of a lot of footy.
"That third quarter just set us up wonderfully.
"It was probably the best quarter of footy I've been involved in."
Before the weekend the Upper Murray league's leading goal kicker hadn't played in a premiership since winning two junior flags.