THEY are the North's fantastic four when it comes to the State League for 2013.
South Launceston duo Mitch Thorp and Jay Blackberry, Launceston's Sam Rundle and North Launceston's Allan O'Sign are the last players from Launceston remaining in the Tassie Medal count, with the competition's best and fairest to be announced before today's grand final.
For South coach Thorp, the hot favourite for the award, the individual honour would mean nothing if his team can't also taste success.
"It has been consistent (my year)," the 24-year-old said.
"Being a player-coach you have to train hard over summer and lead the way in games when it counts."
Blackberry, 21, said he was surprised to still be in contention, despite what he said was his most consistent year in midfield.
"This has been my best year of senior football, as I feel I have constantly been able to help the team win games of football," he said.
Midfielder Rundle, 21, who Blues coach Brennan Savage described as having a "breakout 2013" said it was an honour to be among the best 10 players in the competition.
"I didn't know what to expect this season, as it was the first real preseason I had done," Rundle said.
O'Sign, who spent his time as a midfielder pushing forward, believed he had one of his most consistent years.
"It's nice recognition for my year, and it is something I hold in high regard," the 27-year-old said.
The winner of the Tassie Medal will be announced on the Aurora Stadium big screen at 1.50pm.