At just 21-years-old, Kiewa Sandy-Creek's Rebecca Evans has a finals track record most netballers only dream about.
The versatile shooter and defender has already won A-grade flags in the Ovens and Murray and Hume leagues, and this weekend will line-up for Kiewa Sandy-Creek against Thurgoona in the Tallangatta and District Netball Association grand final, in an attempt to land the trifecta.
Evans appears to have the magic touch when it comes to finals, playing in Billabong Crows' premiership last season, as well as Wodonga Bulldogs flag in 2015.
The talented netballer also has numerous junior premierships to her name with her home club Kiewa Sandy-Creek.
After spending the last two years in the Hume league and a stint in the O and M with clubs Wodonga and North Albury, Evans said her mum and Hawks coach Kath Evans was a big factor in her making the return home this season.
"I love the club, so it's been really good to get back to where I came from," Evans said.
"It's pretty cool being able to do it with my mum this season."
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The dynamic Evans mother-daughter duo not only share their love of the game and the Hawks, but also live and work together.
"It's great, we always have discussions about netball on the way home and at home," Evans said.
"I think my dad and brother are probably just about sick of it."
Evans admits she looks up to her mum and mentor, who was again named TDNA coach of the year this season.
"She blows my mind with the things she comes up with," Evans said.
"She's one of the best coaches I've ever had.
"I had her as a coach in juniors as well, so that really shaped me as a netballer."
Evans is excited by the prospect of adding an A-grade premiership with the Hawks to her list of achievements on Saturday.
"It was great to get the win last year with the Crows, especially after losing the grand final the year before," Evans said.
"I think I can take it for granted a little bit sometimes.
"In my later years it may not happen, so I'm just trying to soak it all in."
Thurgoona and Kiewa Sandy-Creek have met twice this season, with Evans only coming up against the Dogs once in the first game of the season.
"I haven't seen them since round one, so it will be a very interesting match-up," Evans said.
"We saw their game between Rutherglen and they were amazing."
Kiewa Sandy-Creek and Thurgoona play in Sandy Creek at 2:35pm.