Adam Burchell has officially done it all in 2019.
It's hard to know where to start with the classy Englishman's achievements.
Burchell was adjudged the best player on the field in Sunday's AWFA senior men's cup final against Myrtleford - scoring a brace in his side's 4-0 victory.
Just hours earlier, Burchell coached the club's senior women to their maiden cup final victory.
It came four days after he was voted the association's Star Player for a second time and added another golden boot to his collection.
Burchell was a huge reason why the Devils captured the AWFA treble - winning the cup, league championship and the Andronicos Cup pre-season tournament.
"It's really emotional. I'm over the moon," Burchell said.
"Some of the boys and I spoke about how we could have that moment like we had back in 2015 (winning the cup).
"We've waited four years for it and it's probably better this time around because my girls won and we've won.
"It's the perfect day."
Burchell revealed he left the senior women's game 15 minutes into the second half to begin his preparation for the men's clash.
"I didn't tell them I was leaving because I wanted them to focus on themselves and the game," he said.