Making two grand finals in a row? Great achievement. Winning both those matches? Even more special.
But winning best on ground across both those deciders? Now that's something spectacular.
Brent Seager etched his name into the Group 10 premier league history books following Sunday's 9-8 extra-time grand final victory over the Mudgee Dragons, awarded the Dave Scott Medal for the second year running.
The barnstorming prop was pivotal in the Panthers' 12-10 win away to the Cowra Magpies in last year's decider but was once again at his best in front of a passionate home crowd against the Dragons.
If it wasn't widely agreed upon already, the award has confirmed Seager's place as one of the greatest players to ever don the Bathurst Panthers colours.
The man with the number eight was always on hand for a run at the Dragons line any time the ball was near the middle of the park.
He came within inches of scoring on a couple of occasions but it was closer to the centre of Carrington Park where Seager did the bulk of his damage on Sunday, providing invaluable metres for the defending champions.
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Seager was humbled to receive the special honour for a second year running.
"It's unreal. Last year was sweet but to do it at home with this crowd is amazing," he said.
"I'm humbled and very honoured. I loved watching Dave Scott as a kid so to win his medal two years in a row is really special.
"It could have gone to anyone, I was just lucky enough to get it again."
Last year was sweet but to do it at home with this crowd is amazing.Brent Seager
The grand final was undoubtedly a game for the forwards.
Penetrating attacks or line breaks on the edges weren't easy to come by, and it was the men in the middle putting the hit-ups to make things happen.
Seager said Panthers had to play their way into it.
"Mudgee turned up to play, and we knew they would," Seager said.
"We knew it would be tough, we just had to hang in there. I think they caught us by surprise at the start but we're a tight knit group here. We knew that if we held strong we could come away with it."