A fourth player of the round award in 12 months is small-fry for Riverside captain Tom Garwood.
A run-a-ball 53 and a tidy spell of 2-20 against Burnie netted the competition's leading all-rounder his first personal gong of the season, but it's the bigger picture that drives him.
Since becoming the first Tasmanian side to win all three grades in 1980-81, Riverside has been a notable absentee from the A-grade winners' shield.
Cricket North's four other A-grade tenants have all tasted victory in the past decade and Garwood believes his side's time is nigh.
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"You can win all the personal awards in the world but there's one elusive trophy that we've been hunting down for a long time so that's what I'm playing for," the 27-year-old said.
"It's been a while and it's obviously something that the club's been working towards and the group of players the club's got at the moment ... we're definitely very capable of going deep into finals if not winning it this year.
"We've got Cooper [Anthes], James [Simpson] and Sam Artis and Party [Josh Partridge] ... all these young guys and a lot of guys coming through second grade so the club's in a really healthy spot at the moment and that's what we've been working towards.
"We're starting to see the rewards of it now but we've still got a long way to go."
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A store manager at Telstra in Launceston's CBD and a former manager of The Irish, Garwood is known to thrive on leadership.
Carrying a youth-heavy side last season, the ex-Prospect High finished top five in the league's batting and bowling charts last season and appears on track to do the same this year.
"This year's a little bit different to last year with the young side we had and it's just leading by example really, taking ownership and spending time in the middle and then executing our plans with the ball," Garwood said.
"Personally I've worked a fair bit on my cricket over the last two years and it's starting to pay off now and I'm starting to know my own game.
"I've got some really good friends out of Riverside and the whole competition really.
"You to play to have fun and if you win even better."
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