On the grand stage last year, Jayden Hinds was Launceston's development league hero.
Having two shots on goal in a minute towards the end of the tightly-contested match, Hinds slotted the match-winning goal to defeat North Launceston.
"The first one I knew I was a bit out of my range - I was just trying to get it as close to the line as I could," he said on the day.
"The second one I was a bit more confident because it was a bit closer and I got it home. I've dreamed about it as a kid - to actually do it on the stage in front of everyone, it means a lot."
Looking back, he's still in awe of the moment.
"I couldn't really sum up how I felt after that goal because it didn't feel right," he said.
"Every kid dreams of that scenario and I got to fulfill it on a pretty big day on a big stage.
It's something I definitely won't forget.Jayden Hinds on kicking the winning goal in last year's development league grand final.
This year, the 19-year-old gets the chance to battle North Launceston in the senior grand final.
Acknowledging that some people go their whole career without playing in one, Hinds came into Launceston's side last week for the preliminary final, only playing one other seniors game this year due to Devils commitments.
"Coming back at the pointy end of the season, you're really bouncing off of each other," he said.
"The morale is up, the chemistry is really good and it's just a great vibe at the moment, everyone is getting around you and it's an awesome feeling."
To make the day even more special, he's sharing the moment with older brother Jake.
Aside from one year of under-12s when Jake was 12 and Jayden was seven, the pair haven't played much football alongside each other.
"I got to debut with him when I was 17, they flew him over from Queensland and I've always wanted to be able to play in a TSL grand final with him, it's just something to tick off the list."
Hinds is one of three players from last year's development league side playing on Sunday.