Rebecca Evans became a premiership player across three leagues on Saturday after the Hawks' grand final win.
The 21-year-old added the Tallangatta and District Netball Association flag to her previous Hume and Ovens and Murray league premierships, giving her the netball hat-trick.
It was also Evans' second consecutive grand final win after playing in Billabong Crows' premiership last season.
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"It's great to win it with my home club, it makes it that bit sweeter," Evans said.
"Everyone just pulled together and smashed it, I'm very proud of the girls.
"We'll keep the girls together next year and hopefully we'll be back again."
Evans admitted the milestone was made even more special sharing the success with mum and coach Kath.
"It's just been so good playing with mum," Evans said.
"I'm so proud of her and where she's got the girls to.
"I wish we could do this every year."